Examples of vindication in a Sentence
recanted testimony that resulted in a long-overdue vindication
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Branch and Martin told cleveland.com that the court's decision is vindication that King's appointments were inappropriate.
For Loretta Muldrow, one of the lawyers who defended Brown at his 2005 trial, the recent revelations are vindication.
Half the country remains determined to read that ending as vindication of a sociopathic but sympathetic good guy with a gun.
The research was trumpeted by some press outlets as a vindication of two-spacers' superiority.
Many of SeaWorld’s online critics see this about-face as a vindication of recent protests.
The queen finds comfort and vindication in its candid, incorruptible voice.
If upheld, the fraud conviction of Sushovan Hussain after a six-week trial in San Francisco would offer some vindication to H-P executives who have long alleged Autonomy’s management cooked the books before one of its biggest acquisitions.
Can it be viewed as vindication or a clean bill of health?
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