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- v. Obsolete form of forgiven.
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Thy crime shall steal away, thy frailty be forgiv'n.
Dr Ward made his discovery in 2003 after reading The Planets, a poem by Lewis which refers to the influence of Jupiter in "winter passed / And guilt forgiv'n" - a theme echoed in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
To gain relief, where can they look for peace? for how can they expeft to be forgiv'n, 2,1 j Who have incens'd the Lord by numerous crimes,
And fue to be forgiv'n j Unfit to fneak about a Court,
When all her fins (hall be forgiv'n, and fhe Shall find in God a father juft, yet good; 810