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But if someone does something wrong and truly has an understanding and is repentant, that’s different.
To his supporters, Bell is a model for how a repentant, rehabilitated prisoner can return to society.
The party decides which ex-communists are repentant patriots (PiS’s ranks are full of such figures), and which are unreformed enemies of the state.
First published in 1976, this is the classic, the urtext, the model for a memoir by an angry or repentant former political official.
One day, King receives a letter from Nathali Malcolm, the now-repentant woman who set him up more than a decade earlier.
But rather than a triumphant story of adventure and riches, the S.S. Central America, considered by many the Titanic of the 19th century, has become a cautionary tale of ambition, costly legal battles, embittered friendships and repentant investors.
My dad, in contrast to my mom, had rebelled against God and the church most of his life — drinking and drugs, mostly — only to come back repentant.
Even though a former Northern League candidate was implicated in the shootings, Salvini was hardly repentant afterward.
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