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make amends

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make amends for

turn away from sin or do penitence

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Cairo: Egyptian authorities have ordered investigations on two religious officials in a Delta province after a Salafist Muslim cleric purportedly urged Egyptian and Liverpool footballer Mohammad Salah to atone for "sinful" professionalism, sources said on Wednesday.
Opening with real-life footage of the shooting, Fruitvale Station is a gripping portrait of a flawed man whostruggles to atone for his sins but always seems to be dragged back into the mire.
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The England youngster showed considerable character in the second half to atone for his earlier errors.
London, Sept 10 ( ANI ): The Taliban have said that Prince Harry's deployment to Afghanistan is nothing but a propaganda stunt that could allow him to atone for the shame of appearing naked in pictures.
Webber has the chance to atone tomorrow in a race that proved to be the highlight of his career a year ago when he scorched to victory around the streets of Monaco.
I THANK Michael Morrissey for his attempt to reassure me that I am not required to "atone" for the death of Jesus which was itself, evidently, necessary to atone to God for the sins of mankind, which of course includes myself (Not Responsible, 27.
DESTINYS DREAM can atone for a recent near-miss at Doncaster with a victory in Newcastle's Border Minstrel Re-Opening 14th May Handicap.
Boss Colin Caton said Bala would atone for their 5-2 defeat to Rhyl in midweek, saying: "We've got to put it behind us and focus on Afan Lido.
Berwick are hopeful that this afternoon's game at Elgin will beat the big freeze - and allow them an immediate chance to atone for their disappointing defeat.
A BETTER WORLD Veggie I have been for many the year, No animosity I ever want to stir, It was of my own conscience making the choice, No one else in it, to me, then did voice, I still read of the cruelty that is about, And many, of it, then you like to shout, But the choices are ours in this life we live, What of it we take and what we give, There will be no God upon his throne, For our own misdemeanours we will have to atone, Horror of war also still being in place, Of this also we, as earth children, will have to face, So each to his own in his own way, It is our decision at the end of day, Collective thought runs wild, its good, its ill to be, Maybe, in time, a better world for all we will see.
What if," the film asks, "there is a way to atone for one's sins with suicide?
Radcliffe is on crutches to keep weight off the injury, and is desperate to atone for the disappointment of failing to finish in the marathon four years ago in Athens when hampered by a leg injury and stomach upset.
Now investors such as Amaranth Advisors, a hedge fund that controlled more than half of all natural gas deals atone point in 2006, can corner the market and cause rates to skyrocket.
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