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use "exculpate" in a sentence

The Act does not exculpate or otherwise provide any exclusion of liability to the Board member (although he or she may, of course, escape liability under other legal principles).

The first is the authors' desire to explain and exculpate the behaviour of their Dutch compatriots, whom
circulation, and due to bone and muscle stiffness the upper arms and shoulders may experience excruciating pain.

The man running the chair, a professional acting coach, gave him a brief lesson on how to appear to be suffering excruciating pain.

For I do not think that it is enough to treat him as capable of bending or kneeling if he can only do so subject to excruciating agony or, if having bent or knelt once, he is unable to repeat the exercise for hours or days thereafter.

Stretching Scientifically This is an excellent book that goes into excruciating detail on just about everything you want to know about stretching.

I would eventually stop there for about a couple of seconds because I couldn't move without feeling more excruciating pain.

Time Of My Life presents a deftly comic picture of the excruciating tensions and fractures underlying most social get-togethers and the tissue-like fragility of family fortune and personal happiness.

We pedalled and even breathed more softly, the thought of falling and crashing through the ice in to the deathly cold water beneath was excruciating.

Many people still labour under the impression that this is vaguely rude, that it conjures up frighteningly excruciating images of simian discomfort in the nether regions.

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