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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vindicate.


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  • He is in possession, dear readers, of an email that "vindicates" him in that minor 'undercover' affair next door.

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  • Levin’s $110 million price tag vindicates the GAO’s statement, set out in a March 11 report , that it has no confidence in the ability of the Joint Strike Fighter program office to accurately estimate costs.

    F-35: $110 million each!

  • National Congress Youth League celebrated the Semenya announcement and released a statement claiming that the IAAF decision "vindicates" former Athletics South Africa President Leonard

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  • He told MPs the lack of a call for a new fiscal stimulus in the document "vindicates" opponents of the government's plans, including his party and the governor of the Bank of England, who last questioned the possibility of increased spending to kick-start the economy.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The head of the burns unit at Concord Hospital, who has been lauded for his work with victims of the Bali terror bombings, was not in court to hear the verdict but his lawyer Stuart Littlemore QC said the decision "vindicates" his client "absolutely".

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  • Jet plot 'vindicates' UK security financial risk control by increasing attention on banks 'governance, capital adequacy ratio, risk management of loan concentration, provision coverage ratio, and - Business News

  • Jet plot 'vindicates' UK security development activities in Reliance Industries 'Krishna Godavari D6 block nearing an end, the company has shifted its attention to the nearby KG D9 block. - Articles related to Tea industry seeks Centre’s support

  • Jet plot 'vindicates' UK security miner Grupo Mexico, while the peso broke a seven-session losing streak, - Business News

  • Jet plot 'vindicates' UK security group led by Chicago banker James Tyree has submitted a $5 million cash bid for Media Group for $5 million cash. - Business News

  • Jet plot 'vindicates' UK security flyer program, the jewel in the Flying Kangaroo's crown, has been running on a 22-year-old system developed in Fortran, a programming language created in the 1950s. - Articles related to ANALYSIS - Raid on Pakistan Army HQ highlights Punjab risk


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