He added that "although [Jackson] has been absolved
by the courts," referring to Jackson's recent trial for child sex abuse, it was clear that his image "cannot be put alongside that of the pope.
The indulgences carry the name of the purchaser as well as a dollar amount certifying that their guilt for having purchased items elsewhere is officially absolved
The seven teams who failed to race at Indianapolis last month have been absolved
of blame by world governing body the FIA.
The jury later found in M's favor and absolved
him of all liabilities.
It's doubtful that an American writer who took a similar attitude toward the lynchings in the South would be absolved
of the taint of racism.
In December, the province's Court of Appeal ruled that the federal government is fully liable for abuse suffered by students at Indian residential schools; it absolved
the United Church of Canada of any financial responsibility.
The text, according to one commentator (Leon de Poncins, 1967), "practically absolved
the Jews of all responsibility for the death of Christ.
Ironically, the United States itself isn't absolved
of guilt: an estimated eight hundred thousand to nine hundred thousand people are trafficked annually across international borders worldwide, with eighteen thousand to twenty thousand winding up in the United States.
Mariotto Cellesi was absolved
, and his old father, Captain Lanfredino, banished the wayward Chiara from the family compound.
He felt such a view absolved
God from predestinating the nonelect to hell since at birth one's destiny was already determined.
A federal appellate court has ruled that an employee who makes false statements about an employer cannot be absolved
of responsibility by claiming that he or she was engaged in protected union activity, even if the comments are not made maliciously.
Nonetheless, he cannot be absolved
of the public's suspicion.
The jockey, who was absolved
of blame, said: "I will have no trouble doing 8st 8lb in future, but I haven't ridden since the International meeting here in December and I'm 8st 13lb at the moment.
Which of course would mean that Man, science, the Government and anyone else who's had a finger pointed at them over the catastrophic spread of this disease could be absolved
of all responsibility.
Since tax laws generally exempt the first $625,000 of assets, heirs receiving easement-restricted property may find that they are absolved
from an estate tax altogether.