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  • noun Plural form of vindication.

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Examples

  • You wanna tell the iraq’s that are going through hell that the one of the few vindications is that saddam will not be executed?

    Think Progress » Snow on Bush Stem Cell Veto: ‘The Simple Answer Is He Thinks Murder Is Wrong’

  • What fearful irony in some of its swift so-called vindications!

    Oswald Langdon or, Pierre and Paul Lanier. A Romance of 1894-1898

  • And that is why these absurd "vindications" of the climate scientists involved also matter.

    GREENIE WATCH

  • His description of what it is to live with a disease that immobilizes your limbs and your capacity for speech, but leaves you able to feel and remember, is pitiless and unpitying, but it is among the most touching vindications of the power of language that I have read.

    Twelve Months of Reading

  • His description of what it is to live with a disease that immobilizes your limbs and your capacity for speech, but leaves you able to feel and remember, is pitiless and unpitying, but it is among the most touching vindications of the power of language that I have read.

    Twelve Months of Reading

  • Unfortunately, the media gave far more attention to the accusations than to the resounding vindications, and climate deniers continue to spread B.S. about this case.

    Peter H. Gleick: The 2010 Climate B.S.* of the Year Award

  • Unfortunately, the media gave far more attention to the accusations than to the resounding vindications, and climate deniers continue to spread B.S. about this case.

    Peter H. Gleick: The 2010 Climate B.S.* of the Year Award

  • The people here who give outward signs of knowing what's going on -- those that are also sane -- tell me that to guarantee democracy, the U.S. needs its military in Iraq for an entire generation -- enough time for the old ways (autocratic heavy-handed rule, archaic vindications and inherent corruption) to die.

    S.D. Liddick: COP Haditha

  • Our faith, he asserts, has been one of the most powerful vindications of the American idea.

    Freedom and Moral Force

  • Many Republicans, intoxicated by political triumphalism, and often by religious zeal, tend to regard their electoral successes as (literally) providential, and as vindications of their intellectual insights about social policy.

    Senator Byrd Is Not Amused

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