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Demissionary De*mis"sion*a*ry, a.
1. Pertaining to transfer or conveyance; as, a demissionary
2. Tending to lower, depress, or degrade.
Emission theory 2. That which is sent out, issued, or put in circulation at
one time; issue; as, the emission was mostly blood.
Emission theory (Physics), the theory of Newton, regarding
light as consisting of emitted particles or corpuscles.
See Corpuscular theory, under Corpuscular.
Irremission Ir`re*mis"sion, n.
Refusal of pardon.
remissionPardon Pardon, remission
Usage: Forgiveness, Pardon. Forgiveness is Anglo-Saxon,
and pardon Norman French, both implying a giving back.
The word pardon, being early used in our Bible, has,
in religious matters, the same sense as forgiveness;
but in the language of common life there is a
difference between them, such as we often find between
corresponding Anglo-Saxon and Norman words. Forgive
points to inward feeling, and suppose alienated
affection; when we ask forgiveness, we primarily seek
the removal of anger. Pardon looks more to outward
things or consequences, and is often applied to
trifling matters, as when we beg pardon for
interrupting a man, or for jostling him in a crowd.
The civil magistrate also grants a pardon, and not
forgiveness. The two words are, therefore, very
clearly distinguished from each other in most cases
which relate to the common concerns of life. Forgiver
One who forgives. --Johnson.
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