Captain Bonneville vindicated
the policy of his conduct.
But I knew, and his genius and my judgment were vindicated
when he made that magnificent hit with his 'Forge.'"
But I could have easily vindicated
humankind from the imputation of singularity upon the last article, if there had been any swine in that country (as unluckily for me there were not), which, although it may be a sweeter quadruped than a YAHOO, cannot, I humbly conceive, in justice, pretend to more cleanliness; and so his honour himself must have owned, if he had seen their filthy way of feeding, and their custom of wallowing and sleeping in the mud.
Is it an objection that I have triumphantly defended myself against slander and vindicated
my purity in a court of justice?
It was not yet quite midwinter, and the turbulent Fifty Mile River vindicated
Sh e places herself under the protection of her nearest relative, until her character is vindicated
and her position in your house is once more beyond a doubt.
Malacanang said it felt vindicated
in its decision to close Boracay to tourists for a six-month rehabilitation following a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showing that a majority of Filipinos supported the move.
On Friday, the former Finance Minister said that he and his party are vindicated
by the cuts in the GST rates.
A MAN told yesterday how he feels "vindicated
" after the uncle he "adored" was jailed for abusing him.
MICK McCarthy believes he will "never be vindicated
" in some people's eyes after his side notched their third win in four matches.
And, with so many new electors casting their vote,council leader Tony McDermott said the Government's decision to use the North West as a postal voting guinea pig had been vindicated
Lancashire were so convinced of the dismissal they barely consulted umpire Whitehead, who signalled a wide after carefully considering the decision and television pictures later vindicated