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use "indemnify" in a sentence

Lindley LJ (an expert on partnership law) held that the company was a trustee for Mr Salomon, and as such was bound to indemnify the company's debts.

Indemnity, Retention and Set-Off In the event that you breach your obligations and investment contract we will require you to
Sivaganga military and the brothers left an indelible impression in the history of India.

Ridley was destined to leave an indelible mark on the newly emerging science of aeronautical testing.

Soon these battalions were tramping over the battlefields of Egypt, Europe, Palestine and Mesopotamia leaving indelible imprints wherever they went.

Such indelible scenes - and wondering when and where the next one will happen - are driving thousands of soldiers to take antidepressants, military psychiatrists say.

In 2001, CalArts hailed his indelible contribution to the arts by conferring on him the title of Institute Fellow, the highest honor it awards to faculty.

Paul 57-58 Prevented from pursuing a political career because of legal restrictions on deacons (a position which was at the time legally indelible), he decided to pursue a literary career.

Campaign against Blaine An anti-Blaine cartoon presents him as the "tattooed man," with many indelible scandals.

Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada Influences Beyond the confines of such formal schools and movements, however, the development of bhakti as a major form of Hindu practice has left an indelible stamp on the faith.

This is done by inlaying the Colour of Black under their skins, in such a manner as to be indelible."

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