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The item is easier to fit than, say, pants or a suit, and more forgiving of any measurement errors.
FOR AMAZON’S $25 CUSTOM T-SHIRT, YOUR BODY IS A WONDERLAND (OF DATA)HEATHER KELLYJANUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The easiest, most forgiving, and flexible way I’ve found to use up spices is to turn them into tisanes or herbal infusions.
MIX YOUR OWN DELICIOUS HERBAL TEA USING LEFTOVER SPICESBY KRISTY MUCCI/SAVEURDECEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
This dough is surprisingly forgiving thanks to the shortening, so don’t be nervous.
CARAMELIZED BANANA CHOCOLATE CHUNK COOKIES ARE THE NEW BEST USE FOR THE REST OF THAT BUNCHJESSE SZEWCZYKDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Customers surprisingly have been very forgiving about losing some of their familiar favorites.
MCDONALD’S CEO SAYS THE FAST FOOD GIANT HAS ‘AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET AGGRESSIVE’BETH KOWITTNOVEMBER 9, 2020FORTUNE
Diouf says he was understanding and forgiving, up to a point.
WILL THIS VIRTUAL OUTDOOR GEAR TRADE SHOW EVER HAPPEN?AMELIA ARVESENOCTOBER 14, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
He was beyond reach of earthly justice, anyway; and one can't help forgiving much to a man who faces death with a smile.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
He did not possess the same courage as Oroboni, but followed his example in forgiving all his enemies.
MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
Although Arnold could thus show himself both brave and forgiving, he had one great fault, his vanity.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
Paul was indeed neither so forgiving nor so long-suffering as he appeared.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
He really seemed to have difficulty in forgiving himself for writing at all.
MY RECOLLECTIONS OF LORD BYRONTERESA GUICCIOLI
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