Sources: Law Dictionary
The clergyman would only absolve his torturers, abbreviate none of his final words which once more called on the abolition of slavery.
Unlike many absentees in my class who often abstained from attending the boring lectures, I dare not absolve myself from this responsibility.
The elements of weakness which mark every person cannot absolve me from the burdens and blessings of responsibility for myself and to others.
Just because one uses JDBC, it does not absolve you from having to layer code correctly.
But the larger answer, I’d argue, is that by making up stories about our current predicament that absolve the people who put us here there, we cut off any chance to learn from the crisis.
But the larger answer, I'd argue, is that by making up stories about our current predicament that absolve the people who put us here there, we cut off any chance to learn from the crisis.
Doing the right thing is a rule and, if someone says do the wrong thing, that doesn't absolve them from that responsibility.
His central message is not that history will absolve him (though on Iraq he asks critics to consider the oppression Saddam would be dealing out were he still in power).
Instead of training developers on techniques of writing reliable code, you just absolve yourself of responsibility by paying them if they do.
It also means the west must to a degree absolve itself of direct responsibility for what happens next in Libya and leave the planning to Libyans themselves.