If there were any thing to extenuate
this breach of decorum by Maria, it was the manner in which it was effected.
28) Aphrodite extenuates
her disgrace by claiming that the race of Anchises is almost divine, as is shown in the persons of Ganymedes and Tithonus.
The collection is up to 80% handmade in Austria and comprises six frameless models which extenuate
the wearer's features, complemented by the arms available in the colours, Sweet Honey, Fresh Green, Power Red and Cool Blue.
In mitigation of the sentence every extenuating circumstance - if circumstances can extenuate
the worst of crimes - may honestly be pleaded; and will no doubt have due weight with those whose painful duty is to hold the balance of life and death.
Northumberland Lights is a living testament that the great outdoors is a fantastic canvas to explore, using light in one of the darkest counties in England to extenuate
the natural and built beauty of the landscape.