- n. Plural form of amnesty.
“The concessions to which you refer were never called amnesties but the had the same effect.”
“And Joe in California: "Lou, how many more 'amnesties' before I have to learn Spanish?”
“Justice Minister Penuell Maduna had been considering the matter for quite some time, and having looked into it, recommended that the "amnesties" be granted.”
“(and there were ultimately two "amnesties" to resolve the problems which were building up).”
“amnesties" is staged, for effect, but produces little.”
“Most of what he / she refers to as "amnesties" have been very real humanitarian decisions ")”
“The initiative comes after two HMRC amnesties have failed to entice many wealthy taxpayers with offshore accounts to declare their taxable income.”
“Vehicle amnesties are a very rare occurrence, and there may never be another.”
“We were able to nationalize them during two different vehicle amnesties at very low cost, although it took about a year to do it for one of our cars.”
“We later nationalized them under 2 different vehicle amnesties to avoid the bother and restrictions of the temporary import permits.”
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