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Their transgressions come as infections are climbing and hospital beds are filling up fast in California, according to data tracked by The Washington Post.
In the future, all would be held accountable under Swiss law for transgressions across the world.
She requires accusers to be sure of their facts and to keep their condemnation in proportion to the transgressions.
MISS MANNERS: SHUNNING, SHAMING AND ‘CANCEL CULTURE’JUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If Xi is simply seeking to humiliate India for perceived transgressions – and warn it off deepening ties with its security partners – he may now order his troops to pull back, having made his point.
It was a very blatant transgression, if you will, or act of aggression.
They will try to compel you to confession; and, though you are blameless, you will suffer the cruelest ordeal of transgression.
It was not necessary that he should be prevented from sinning, and his fall was the necessary effect of his transgression.
To those who are guilty, and without hope of escape, no doubt the lightness of the penalty of transgression gives consolation.
She was the first in the transgression therefore keep her in subjection.
They inherit a nature depraved by original transgression, and disposed to every wicked indulgence.

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