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“Personally I wouldn't call the errors in Superfreakonomics 'unforgiveable' - but”
“One private investor, retired BA staff member Sid Thatcher, described the cabin crew strikes as "unforgiveable" in a long address and was slow-handclapped by the crew members.”
“The police were the "unforgiveable" to me, as they dismissed their responsibilty, didn't listen to the mother's distress, and ignored her "insights", as peevish womanly hysteria.”
“It was "unforgiveable" that Parliament was breaking a law it had passed itself.”
“Bengu's alleged proposal to abolish all 360,000 government teaching posts was "unforgiveable".”
“Dina has previously said that Michael's public rantings about his famous daughter are "unforgiveable".”
“unforgiveable", to quote their verbose manager, sin of failing to compete once”
“Calling Obama's apologia "unforgiveable," the publisher of www. conservativetruth.org Tom Barrett notes: "It seems that Obama has devised a strategy to deal with those who continually criticize the United States.”
“It is "unforgiveable, despicable" and forces the conclusion that liberals cannot be taken seriously on anything they have to say on human rights.”
“Although people say that the only way to get over a divorce is by forgiving your ex and yourself, sometimes there are lines or boundaries that have been crossed that may be unforgiveable to you.”
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