- In a religious
context, sin is a transgression against divine
law. Each culture
has its own interpretation
of what it means
a sin. While
- consulted about
****urance. Asquith publicly repudiated
paragraphs" (25 March). Talk of a government
"plot" was now widespread...
- not only for easing extreme
pain, but for ****isting in discharging
the peccant matter
with the pain. In literary
usage, the word has escaped...
- Command would resign
was punished. Asquith publicly repudiated
paragraphs" (25 March). Wilson, who hoped
down the government...
- the do****ent, which
to do. Asquith publicly repudiated
paragraphs" (25 March). French
both had to resign. At the outbreak...
- (1821) His sister Charlotte transcribed
Polidori's diaries, but censored
p****ages" and destro**** the original. Based
only on the transcription,...
- fault, error", from peccare
"to miss, mistake" impeccable, peccadillo, peccant
Gr**** πηκτός (pēktós) pectic, pectin
- detectives cannot solve
the case on their
FBI profiler Agent Peccant
is ****igned to the case. As the details
of the case slowly emerge
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on 23 and 25 March. Asquith
(25 March) publicly repudiated
had been added
to the Cabinet
statement, and French,...