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admitting of forgiveness or pardon

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easily excused or forgiven

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Remember, there are unintentional data breaches, due to software bugs and vulnerabilities, and these are forgivable, provided that they're not due to sloppiness or irresponsibility.
Another change spurred on by DOL is forgivable notes based on time only, with no production requirements required by the note.
The first quarter 2016 results included approximately USD 8.2m of non-cash charges for depreciation, amortization and compensation, USD 1.4m of amortization of retention and forgivable loans, USD 1.2m of interest expense and USD 8.8m of income tax benefit.
Don Poli 2.15 Aintree SP forecast 10-11 Dual Cheltenham Festival winner, who won first three starts in novice chases, including the RSA before forgivable flop on final start at Punchestown.
The first of three very takeable chances offered by the left-hander (the latter two were forgivable because they came in the end-of-innings slog), it could have been crucial.
But his comments during an enforced spell on the sidelines through injury - when his world ranking dropped by a staggering 600 places - are less forgivable.
Through a series of improbable but forgivable plot gimmicks, Eric and Stosh end up living next door to Zara and Caryn.
Burton also zeroed in on Hicks' decision in 2013 to vote against the board's majority in seeking another review of the Law School Foundation's forgivable loan program.
Mistress of the (forgivable) scatological innuendo and the knowing wink, the slightest change of her facial expression speaks volumes.
Representatives considering joining firms frequently have expectations that up-front forgivable notes are a bottom-line requirement.
This would be slightly less forgivable if this same man hadn't also spent the past few minutes sitting in a Glasgow cafe, blithely referring to Scotland as "England".
There are many Americans who believe that Bill Clinton was the best President they ever had, and comparing Watergate with a fling with a secretary leaves me concluding that Clinton's faux pas was far more forgivable than what Nixon was impeached for.
Clashes revolved around these conflicts, not the modern definition of purposeful genocide, and chapters thus make the case for ethnic cleansing--no less forgivable, but different.
Three key elements contribute to making new homes affordable for Calgarians with moderate incomes: forgivable equity loans, affordable home prices and a joint appreciation plan.
Diane Ridd FOR an American to think the whole country is called England is forgivable to be honest.