under cover of the MEA CULPA
, striking her breast so vigorously that everybody, even the lady with the red cushion, turned round toward her.
Dans la foulee, le chef des putschistes, le general Gilbert Diendere, apres avoir rencontre des chefs d'Etat d'Afrique de l'Ouest venus en mediateurs, se livrait droit dans ses bottes a un mea culpa
aussi surprenant qu'inhabituel, devant des journalistes meduses.
As close to an admission of mea culpa
that Nicola Sturgeon could muster at this week's First Minister's Questions.
Keolis Commuter Services took out a full page ad in The Boston Globe on Thursday to issue a mea culpa
for slow, delayed and cancelled trains that it blamed on near-record snowfall amounts in eastern Massachusetts this winter.
As I meditated on my moral inventory, a phrase rose to the surface: Mea culpa
So even in the most self-serving and "astonishing mea culpa
you will ever read" he still wasn't telling the whole truth.
I have no problem saying mea culpa
," he told a morning radio show.
As for the noise regarding Mirza's appointment, the BJP would do well to remember its own mea culpa
-- the appointment of actor Amitabh Bachchan as the brand ambassador of Gujarat.
The former election strategist's mea culpa
emerged on Thursday night and has instead heaped more pressure on Mr Clegg after a desperate week following disastrous local and European election results.
9 ( ANI ): Researchers have suggested that what couples want from each other during a blowup is not a mea culpa
but rather the willingness to bend a little and give up some power.
Damian is now wallowing in self-reproach - mea culpa
in the Latin of his Roman Catholic roots - but there's no 'meh' culpa my end.
But neither that mea culpa
nor the subsequent resignation of IRS acting commissioner Steven Miller was enough to quell the controversy.