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admitting of forgiveness or pardon

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easily excused or forgiven

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By way of its ruling, the panel found that Ragone was in default, he says, because his bonus was not a forgivable loan, though FINRA arbitration panels are not obliged to provide reasons for their decisions.
Beck was in that position when the first forgivable loan was given.
These marriages bring access to capital not only to cover potential future litigation and FINRA fines, but also capital for additional services, technology and forgivable notes that were a struggle to provide prior to their sale.
Diane Ridd FOR an American to think the whole country is called England is forgivable to be honest.
The survey, conducted by dating site Victoria Milan on 5,000 of their members, has found that men and women have very different ideas about what's forgivable and what's not in a relationship, Huffington Post reported.
Even then the dress would still be creased, but creases are forgivable at the seaside.
There's no pretension here, and the stripped-down rock sound propelling it all makes even an excessive sort of musical tipsiness forgivable.
His uncontrolled outbursts might have been forgivable if the education system he is responsible for was better than in other parts of the UK, but as educational experts claim that it is amongst the worst in Europe, it shows that he is totally out of his depth.
A mistake is always forgivable, rarely excusable and always unacceptable.
An increasingly popular vehicle when trying to lure prospective employees is the offer of a forgivable loan, issued at the inception of employment.
Dodge with tax credits and a forgivable loan in the amount of $3.
What they have done against an institution of learning is by no standard forgivable even by the kindest of kind hearts.
and forgivable mistake that it has something to do with me.
One of the gambles that might not have been forgivable was on Present Danger, who traded at 1.