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A pardon is a government decision to allow a person who has been convicted of a crime, to be free and absolved of that conviction, as if never convicted. Today ...

Pardon | Define Pardon at Dictionary.com


Pardon definition, kind indulgence, as in forgiveness of an offense or discourtesy or in tolerance of a distraction or inconvenience: I beg your pardon, but which ...

Pardons Granted by President Barack Obama (2009-2016 ...


Pardon recipient is granted a full pardon for the above charged offenses, conditioned upon the following terms: 1) the pardon recipient shall waive and release ...

Pardon | Definition of Pardon by Merriam-Webster


an act of officially saying that someone who was judged to be guilty of a crime will be allowed to go free and will not be punished. : forgiveness for something.

Pardon Synonyms, Pardon Antonyms | Thesaurus.com


Synonyms for pardon at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Pardon - definition of pardon by The Free Dictionary


tr.v. par·doned, par·don·ing, par·dons. 1. To release (a person) from punishment or disfavor for wrongdoing or a fault: a convicted criminal who was pardoned by ...

Commonwealth - Pardons


However, if an individual feels able to provide substantial evidence of such exceptional circumstances, he or she may submit a petition for pardon to the ...

Pardon Edward Snowden - The New York Times


Pardon Edward Snowden. By KENNETH ROTH and SALIL SHETTY SEPT. 15, 2016. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue reading the ...

pardon Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary


pardon meaning, definition, what is pardon: to forgive someone for something they have said or done. This word is often used in…. Learn more.

pardon - Wiktionary


pardon (plural pardons) ... I beg your pardon ... singular simple present pardons, present participle pardoning, simple past and past participle pardoned).

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pardon - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


If you belch, interrupt a conversation, or leave the table during dinner, you're expected to say “Pardon me.” Once you've requested your companions' pardon, ...

Pardon Edward Snowden: Home


Sign the letter and urge President Obama to pardon Edward Snowden before leaving office. Time is running out.

No pardon for Edward Snowden - The Washington Post


Sep 17, 2016 ... Whether Mr. Snowden deserves a presidential pardon, as human rights organizations are demanding in a new national campaign timed to ...