remission

[ ri-mish-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF remission

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Every convict who helped to catch a fugitive was entitled to a remission of six days.

May their prayers obtain the remission of their sins, and may the sun smile on them!

For this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.

The remission of punishment was in the discretion of the Governor-in-chief: the 30 Geo.

That change of mind is itself reconciliation, forgiveness, remission of sins.

Its offer is, always and everywhere, the forgiveness, the remission of sins.

Some attempts were made to obtain a remission of the flogging.

Remission in testimony of truth.Juan Soriano, notary-public.

It is the remission of penalty, not the glorious “abandon” of grace!

I've got a list of the only villages entitled to any remission.

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