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  • Exonerate Traficant of all past charges, and remove the felony so that his constituents can vote him in as the next President of the United States!!!!

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  • Exonerate the guilt climate change, and all the "non-hippies" will go on raping the resources.

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  • Exonerate - (V) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing

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  • Exonerate Jim Morrison of the Doors for all the antics that he performed on stage and got in trouble?

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  • Acquit, Exonerate and Discharge the said Safe Deposit and Trust Company of Baltimore and its successors of and from all and every action, suit, claim, or demand which could or might possibly be brought exhibited or prosecuted against it, them, or any of them, for or on account of said securities or the payment thereof, hereby declaring itself fully satisfied, contented and paid as above specified.

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  • Residents of an apartment unit across the street from the Chinese government's liaison office in Hong Kong displayed a black banner that said: "Exonerate the 1989 student movement."

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  • Hundreds of people affiliated with the parishioners group Coalition to Exonerate Fr.

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  • Residents of an apartment unit across the street from the Chinese government's liaison office in Hong Kong displayed a black banner that said: "Exonerate the 1989 student movement."

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  • Residents of an apartment unit across the street from the Chinese government's liaison office in Hong Kong displayed a black banner that said: "Exonerate the 1989 student movement."

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  • - Exonerate newspaper sellers from up to 30 per cent of their social contributions, worth about 4000 euros a head

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