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  • noun Plural form of culpability.

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Examples

  • What we need to do is have a vision of a good society before we can assign public culpabilities to private conflicts.

    The best path to peace | Savitri Hensman

  • The sight of a westerner puking against the Afghan customs building only underscores the perils and shared culpabilities of a questionable import-export business.

    Jesus Broke Bread--We Bomb Bread Makers.

  • In fact, Bruckner argues, while Europe was certainly guilty of racism, colonialism, fascism, and the rest of the endlessly recited catalogue of culpabilities, Europe also transcended those sins and provided the intellectual ammunition with which to defeat them.

    National Review Online

  • "Neither of them intended the deaths to follow but the law requires that, even so, they must answer for their respective culpabilities in causing the deaths."

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • That history is written, with all its culpabilities where they ought to be.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • We must address these injustices head-on, and recognize our own culpabilities in failing to acknowledge them, if we are to diffuse them.

    Daily News-Record

  • This explains why Labour, whatever its budgetary culpabilities, has made by far the easier headway since the credit crunch mashed Lehman Brothers in September.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • The individuals leading Zanu at present have dragged us through mud and they do not even admit their culpabilities.

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  • But Baracky can try and wallow in economic pessimisms and culpabilities all he wants and the more he wallows the more clear it will be that his marxy-changey agenda is goddamn frightening in a context of economic turmoil.

    protein wisdom

  • Victim to say nothing can come of it, to say the stain remains no less visible than those first, dreadful days is the easy way to evade victim of rape insinuations fed on bequest, an immorality of incestuous degradation bled deeper than always there’s no buying back innocence intact knowing the differences, culpabilities of fact; without panacea she has to pay gave up idyllic beliefs of cleansing for anonymity for material assurances –

    Archive 2009-05-01

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