blamelessly


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in an irreproachable and blameless manner

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Whether serving on the front or at home, the women were expected to behave blamelessly at all times and follow the rules of the organization to the letter.
There are, in other words, sound moral reasons to apologize to those one harms blamelessly." (84) From an empirical standpoint, the question of whether an expression of apology correlates positively with fault is still unsettled.
Given the analysis of this and the preceding paragraphs, one has trouble deciding whether he or she should be surprised that Henry rests content when Fluellen tells him that a gentleman can blamelessly duel a commoner.
(223) That is not a grouping one sees in American law, for it conceptually assembles recidivists with the blamelessly or semi-blamelessly ill.
After Tony makes a final break with Veronica and then subsequently learns in a letter from Adrian that she has become romantically involved with him, Tony feels even more blamelessly victimized by her malice, cunning, and social snobbery.
Notice that these recklessness cases are importantly different from those involving defendants who are negligent or even blamelessly oblivious to the presence of certain conditions.
The notion of a 'Chosen People' is blamelessly blasphemous
The heavens opened and rendered the track surface treacherous indeed ahead of race two the following morning, but the reigning British F3 Champion was again making progress and looked good for seventh position at the very least until he found himself blamelessly collected in somebody else's accident just two laps from the flag.
In so doing however he cited with apparent approval the argument in the leading text book (34) that (a) a possessor who is wholly and blamelessly unaware of the fact that goods in his possession belong to another should not be liable for intentionally destroying those goods, but (b) a possessor who should reasonably have been alerted by the condition of the goods, or the circumstances of his reception of them, to the fact that they were not his own should be characterised not as a mere "unconscious" bailee but as an informed and involuntary bailee, thus owing a duty not wilfully to destroy the goods, save in exceptional circumstances.
with poorly on sheet, people amok ' "And then there was the woman who, seeing me sitting blamelessly on the terrace, thought I was in need of some gratuitous bossing-about and ordered me not to go into the clubhouse with my spikes on."
For both, human imperfection makes it impossible to follow the law blamelessly. When Angelo claims that he could not pardon Claudio even if he were his own son, he is adopting the role of Brutus castigating his own flesh and blood just as much as he is impersonating the mortal law in Paul's letters.
Innocent people thus voluntarily and blamelessly expose themselves to police scrutiny that many guilty people avoid.
The Arab Spring has offered them the opportunity to blamelessly allow the same conditions to arise.
As Derek Collins (2002, 35) remarks, here the poet advocates "sympathy with the victim, and not with the more powerful bird of prey, and this invites his external audience to rethink the traditional paradigm." In setting himself up against the construction that, his needling incipit implies, the kings would naturally place on the fable, Hesiod challenges their status and verbal authority, inviting his auditors to follow his very different lead as a superior and divinely-appointed performer who, as a later passage in the poem states, is well versed in traditional lore and "works blamelessly in the eyes of the gods, interpreting the birds and avoiding transgressions" (Op.