Blame Definition

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1. ''I think he blames himself for his failed marriage and is gun-shy about intimacy and the give-and-take of a relationship, '' Hanks says. 1
2. 'I don't see why I should take the blame for this!' she protested. 1
3. " But Terry also believes that not all pass the buck to Facebook, "Before we blame thee-mail, then forward a strange call. 1
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5. " There is no point apportioning ( allocate ) blame,' said Snape smoothly. " What is done, is done. " 1
6. "But, Rebecca, "said Uncle Silas, "how can you blame them two Rhode Island Red chickens for what happened thirty years ago?" 1
7. "Drat the woman, she did tell the truth, " he complained to his brother Orion in an 1861 letter, after telling him that the medium had placed all blame on the mother. 1
8. "The girls are being blamed," noted Amie Kandeh, a heroic American-educated Sierra Leonean who runs women's programs here for the International Rescue Committee ( 1
9. A child, of course, who begins by pretending to accept blame may end up by really accepting it. 1
10. A council official blamed a mix-up between departments. 1
11. A disgruntled former employee is being blamed for the explosion. 1
12. A dropped cigarette is being blamed for the fire. 1
13. A feeling of malaise which had beset him earlier, and which he had blamed on the news from Oxford, persisted. 1
14. A great deal of blame attaches to the officer for his recent action. 1
15. A growing number of industry experts say the industry itself is to blame for its deep-seated perception problems. 1
16. A huge cheer erupted in Guildhall Square in Derry as Mr Cameron delivered the findings which unequivocally blamed the Army for one of the most controversial days in Northern Ireland's history. 1
17. A lot of people like to be arranged in the home one, two artwork. beautiful to Western-style blame furniture, can hang picture of canvas, aquarelle , adornment, also can be decorated with anaglyph. 1
18. A lot of that was dangerously below code, but you could hardly blame people. 1
19. A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.  1
20. A mass demonstration on the Means Test had petered out in confusion and each party blamed the other for its failure. 1
21. A mechanical problem may be to blame for the crash. 1
22. A nameless sense of guilt accompanies some bereaved, as if they are mysteriously to blame. 1
23. A Negro dies of heart failure, they blame it on racial segregation. 1
24. A newspaper scare closer to home arose during the Spanish-American War, when packers were blamed with shipping "embalmed beef " that sickened the troops. 1
25. A patsy was blamed for killing President Kennedy. 1
26. A police investigation yesterday absolved the police of all blame in the incident. 1
27. A police station in the northern Nigerian city of Maiduguri has been destroyed in an attack blamed on the Boko Haram Islamic sect. 1
28. A poor harvest has been blamed for the shortage of dal in India. 1
29. A poor harvest has blamed for the shortage of dal in India. 1
30. A poor workman always blames his tools.  1






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