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13 resultados para 'forgive'

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14:54

Opinion

Frying pan or fire?

Ángel Escalera

...about. The population will not forgive them if, for party political reasons, they do not come together and make fighting the virus a common cause. It is true that the government has made many errors, especially the lack of foresight in providing health

19:10

Local

"I never thought a child could fit in that hole; I'll never forgive myself"

Juan CANO / Fernando TORRES

"I'll never forgive myself," said David Serrano, owner of the land in Totalán where two-year-old Julen suffered a fatal fall down a borehole on 13 January, at a press conference on Tuesday. "I warned them [his partner and the parents of the young ... boy who were going to enjoy a paella in the countryside] of the danger there was, thinking that someone could break their foot. I never thought that a child could fit down there. I will never forgive myself for not seeing that danger," said Serrano,

14:46

Opinion

A new approach

Mark Nayler

I might be perceived as backtracking in this column. In my defence, though, everyone is working things out as they go when it comes to this pandemic, even (or "especially") governments. So you'll forgive me, I hope, when I slightly modify the line

15:41

Sport

A dose of reality needed

Rob Palmer

...colleagues out. You’ll read that some players are making donations to charities and this is very noble. Forgive me for being cynical but I’d imagine that these gestures are tax deductible - as is the setting up of foundations. Taking a pay ‘cut’ means there

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...will take a long time. Bluster, blame and bombastic bad-language just make things worse. Deep in the culture of the UK and of Spain are the words of sorry in the Lord's Prayer: Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

13:30

Sport

The fans do their bit to help motivate the team

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

With the team languishing at the foot of the table, you could forgive the fans for lacking in enthusiasm. However, Sunday night showed that Malaga fans were not yet ready to throw in the towel. Thousands lined the streets around La Rosaleda more

15:44

Opinion

So annoying

Peter Edgerton

...facile, with the word “So...” is wholly infuriating. I suppose if you were asking a surgeon how triple heart bypass surgery is performed you would forgive him a slow intake of breath and a long “Sooo...” as he considered how he might make his explanation

14:52

LifeStyle

Cooking during the Civil War

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...supplies, the point is that the Spanish people suffered severe hunger during the war years, and even more so afterwards. As a result, there was looting and an active black market, and dreams of roast chicken became (forgive the pun) our daily bread, much

17:57

Opinion

Against all odds

Peter Edgerton

...fact is, being twenty-six seemed a much more attractive proposition than being twenty-five somehow - younger even (forgive the pun). Why this should be, I've absolutely no idea but it never fails - every even numbered birthday celebration since then has

16:07

Local

Money and care

Revd Adrian Low

...the Scottish version of the Lord’s Prayer: Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors.