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They knew their actions would be condoned by the local powers, even if more prominent voices tut-tutted about following the rule of law.
Some Republicans needled Garland with questions meant to elicit outrage from their supporters, including Senator Mike Lee of Utah, who accused two woman DOJ-nominees, Vanita Gupta and Kristen Clarke, of condoning “radical” positions in the past.
As is the message that drinking and driving can never be condoned.
Whatever the past had been, Lady Hartledon appeared to condone it; at least she no longer openly resented it to her husband.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Their admitted reverence for Sheitan constitutes an abomination which neither Moslem nor Christian can condone.
No just-minded person, whatever his sympathies, can condone such unfair and un-British tactics of war.
In the study of war we should seek the causes, be impersonal, and neither condone nor accuse.
Her uncle is wrapped up in her, and so proud of her being a Duchess that he would condone anything.
MODERN BROODSCHARLOTTE MARY YONGE
Their faults, he told them, they had, and he was not there to condone what he had never overlooked.
A SINGULAR LIFEELIZABETH STUART PHELPS
Her outlook on life was too narrow, too rigid, to differentiate or condone.
NOTWITHSTANDINGMARY CHOLMONDELEY

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