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Casuistry, or even law, would have absolved him easily; an oath taken under duresse is of no avail.
ALFRED TENNYSONANDREW LANG
He begged them to intercede for him with the Prince, that he might be absolved from obedience to the edicts on resuming office.
And ever and ever resounded the words which absolved her and chanted her victory; he was dead, and would never possess the works.
FRUITFULNESSEMILE ZOLA
The royal decree having been issued, the archbishop yielded, and absolved the said auditor, Marcos Çapatta.
He would deprive humanity of its noblest triumphs that virtue may be absolved from its manifest effects.
It has annulled the decrees of kings and emperors, and absolved subjects from allegiance to their rightful sovereigns.
There is no crime which may not be absolved by this act of obedience to God.
PETER THE HERMITDANIEL A. GOODSELL
It made freemen of all who wore the sign of the cross, and absolved from all allegiance except to itself.
PETER THE HERMITDANIEL A. GOODSELL
Their own sins they forget as absolved, because the sins have failed.
In this world is the time of confessing that we may be absolved at the day of judgment.
GREAT RALEGHHUGH DE SELINCOURT

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