- v. present participle of amnesty.
“Or was it that by supporting something the Obama crowd clearly wants as demonstrated by their opportunistic and entirely unnecessary amnestying of the existing Haitian illegals Abrams hopes to gain traction for something which really matters to him: Israel.”
“However one feels about the advisability or morality of amnestying 12 million illegal immigrants, the history of immigration reform suggested to the public that one might well want to pause and consider before embracing a new fix.”
“If our opponents [heck, enemies] were “merely” concerned with amnestying those here, why would they care about a fence on the border?”
“Reconciliation Commission, which is tasked with amnestying the authors of political crimes who repent.”
“The Mozambican parliament passed a law amnestying all security offenders, and as a result RENAMO members and sympathisers have been released from jails all over the country.”
“By amnestying Outlaw, the Nets freed up $28 million in cap space over four years.”
“We knew to get him as a restricted free agent we'd have to load up that contract as much as we possibly could, so short of amnestying Andris Biedrins the Warriors' underperforming center who is owed a combined $27 million over the next three seasons -- which I know people criticize us for, but we still stand by that decision -- we wanted to do everything we could and we did," Lacob said.”
“Moreover, effectively amnestying the top leaders would also make it difficult, if not impossible, to prosecute anyone else in the regime for crimes committed there over 40 years of Qaddafi's rule.”
“I can hear the loud arguments now about amnestying grannies.”
“Discretely, but surely, the government has been amnestying undocumented aliens.”
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