“Dodd was vindicated from the Countrywide insurance Co..”
“To see him vindicated is to witness a proud moment in American history.”
“I don't use the word vindicated, but I do feel the façade of the capital markets, as they were presented to the nation, has crumbled.”
“During the whole term of the African war, the granaries of Rome were continually filled, her dignity was vindicated from the humiliating dependence, and the minds of an immense people were quieted by the calm confidence of peace and plenty.”
“Anchorage Daily News, Editorial, Palin vindicated?”
“But freedom is the least of the generous gifts you have conferred; there is a greater in a fair name vindicated, and rightful honours re-bestowed.”
“But, we are living in such an age and the main reason we should be praying about revival is that we are anxious to see God's name vindicated and His glory manifested.”
“So Caitlin has been vindicated, which is more than can be said for poor Justin, just yet.”
“— Mets principal owner Fred Wilpon said Thursday that he and his associates will be "vindicated" in the billion-dollar lawsuit brought against them by the trustee representing Bernie Madoff victims.”
“She astonished Alaskans by claiming the Legislature's investigation into the Troopergate scandal "vindicated" her -- when in fact it found probable cause she had violated state law.”
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