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  • But surely there will be an opportunity to atone for that because for a sin of that sort that so many bear, certainly some just relief will be devised.
  • All the other things are forgiven or one had a chance to atone for them by kindness or in some decent way.
  • But I think any one doing it will be brutalized in time and I think that even though necessary, it is a great sin and that afterwards we must do something very strong to atone for it.
  • That is over, he told himself, and thou canst try to atone for it as for the others.

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  • To atone for sins is a common religious theme.
  • Approved forms of faith, practice, and conduct were laid down as consistent with orthodoxy, and deviation from these standards had to be confessed and atoned for by a prescribed form of penance.
    Dictionary of the History of Ideas  --  http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/cgi-local/DHI/dhi.cgi?id=dv1-50(retrieved 05/20/06)

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