Definition of Absolver. Meaning of Absolver. Synonyms of Absolver

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Definition of Absolver

Absolver
Absolver Ab*solv"er, n. One who absolves. --Macaulay.

Meaning of Absolver from wikipedia

- and plan to monitor this with playtesting. Absolver is built in the Unreal Engine 4 game engine. Absolver was first announced on May 26, 2016, and debuted...
- protest. Because of the controversy, the FA refused to accept Eckert's absolving of Russia from blame, with Greg **** calling for a re-examination of the...
- had been made by his superiors, the matter was out of his hands; he felt absolved of any guilt. On the last day of the examination, he stated that he was...
- your ****, get that, How much you love your lady? money". Jadakiss later absolved himself of involvement in any brewing beef on his official Twitter feed...
- et Spiritus Sancti. Amen. May our Lord Jesus Christ absolve you; and by His authority I absolve you from every bond of excommunication (suspension) and...
- Die" speech. That speech—which was inspired by Castro's "History Will Absolve Me"—was widely reported in the press despite official censorship. The trial...
- responsibility, which fell outside its mandate"—inflamed it. Although it had absolved Meir and Dayan of all responsibility, public calls for their resignations...
- forgiveness was God's alone to grant, those who claimed that indulgences absolved buyers from all punishments and granted them salvation were in error. Christians...
- thought that Constantine put off baptism as long as he did so as to be absolved from as much of his sin as possible. Constantine died soon after at a suburban...
- beyond his control, especially after his legate, on his own initiative, had absolved the crusaders from their vow to proceed to the Holy Land. When order had...
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