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Lenient numa frase em (in ingles)

1. My boss is very lenient.
2. I gotta be a little more lenient.
3. She gave him a little, lenient smile.
4. He was usually a lenient man to others.
5. She'd be lenient with him for the moment.
6. Don’t expect the professor to be more lenient because.
7. They are the only lenders lenient toward converted bankruptcies.

8. I will talk with my Father, he has to be lenient and accept it's my fault.
9. In the face of recent history, I have decided to be more lenient on their religion.
10. But my mother would tell me that people are flawed and I should be lenient with them.
11. Jack had been lenient in letting him choose the songs for the pre-sermon entertainment.
12. He then said on a grimmer note, But I doubt that the people of Ixia would be lenient.
13. I was not allowed to, the authorities were so strict, but to-day the officer is lenient.
14. The same goes for the insurance business profiting from lenient sentencing of courts holding very.
15. Let’s say that the verdict is guilty, but that the sentence is lenient - say one year for a rape.
16. But I think when they find out what’s happening at the club, they might be a little more lenient.
17. Insurers it is my security that is compromised by them applying lenient laws that is about protecting.
18. If anyone upsets her in any way they will suffer consequences and believe me they will not be lenient.
19. Anyway, I expect my boss would be lenient if I were a few minutes late into the office in the morning.
20. In the United States divorce has become so much more of a common thing because the laws have become so lenient.
21. I would ask you, dearest, to be very generous with him always, and very lenient on his faults when he is not by.
22. However, if they feel that our service is too lenient a sentence, they will impose additional sentencing upon us.
23. If he is guilty, it is beyond my power, we are completely in his hands and we have to hope he is lenient with us.
24. They are considered human to an extent, but the laws covering them are far more lenient when it comes to enforcing the law.
25. Be not always strict, nor yet always lenient, but observe a mean between these two extremes, for in that is the aim of wisdom.
26. Haylan was pretty lenient and rarely gave out detentions, but now it was positively deafening when Derrick Harrington came in.
27. He was far too lenient and granted many of them amnesty for their treason during the Civil War, pardoning all but a few hundred.
28. The state is boasting quite often of its healthy fitness condition; and Joe, you’ll see that it is written to be quite lenient.
29. Given your newness to this community, your ignorance of the master plan, and your genetic deficiency, we are inclined to be lenient.
30. So don't be so lenient on this Cheddar-headed ruffian, because, despite his coarse lovableness, he is complicit in Fishmael's mission.
31. I set myself above him and so become much worse than he, for he is lenient to my rudeness while I on the contrary nourish contempt for him.
32. When we all learn that we are all the same being with different perspectives, perhaps we will be more lenient towards our peers and strangers.
33. But in other points, as well as this, I was growing very lenient to my master: I was forgetting all his faults, for which I had once kept a sharp look-out.
34. You will see to the amenities that I offered to them? Evette asked unsure as to how far he was willing to go to humor her lenient interrogation practices.
35. And strange to say, though he was firmly persuaded of his guilt, yet after Mitya was once in prison, the old man came to take a more and more lenient view of him.
36. Because the British masters were more lenient than the Spanish and French masters; there was very little intermixing of European and North American Indian cultures.
37. If he confessed his crimes against humanity, he would receive the lenient treatment given by Ho Chi Minh to all who confessed and were truly repentant of their sins.
38. In short it was with just cause that we were visited with the penalty of banishment, a mild and lenient one in the eyes of some, but to us the most terrible that could be inflicted upon us.
39. Since my election as Abbess, I have struggled to be neither lenient nor harsh in my punishments, following as closely as possible to The Rule of Benedict, with necessary modifications for our circumstances here.
40. He also realized, perhaps because of the mind meld with Ket, one of the reasons he was so forgiving of other people’s faults, and more lenient with the transgressions of others, was because he knew his own heart too well.
41. Therefore the state established what they referred to as ‘houses of deviation’ and continued to preserve the ritual religious expressions but was lenient with these shocking matters with respect to their effects upon its youth.
42. Judicial sentences should neither be (too) harsh nor (too) lenient however consistent with legal guidelines formally interpreted by law such that (the) ensuing consequences as they apply to its impartial application remain constant!.
43. Out of the compassion which was impressed in the spirit of the messenger (cpth) he acquired by his nearness to his Creator, he became lenient with the creatures, kind in treating them, eager for guiding and indicating them and clement and gracious with them.
44. This lenient estimate of the evil, and lowering estimate of the good, which makes them all of one blood, united by a moral consanguinity, and in itself so demoralising, is resolutely rejected in the teaching of Christ, appointed to 'judge the world in righteousness.
45. John meanwhile was trying to get through to his thoroughly depressed defendant, Harry, I can’t believe you just did that, despite all my advice, we could have moved for a lesser sentence, the Judge will not be lenient on you now, I can only foresee a terrible outcome.
46. Indeed, if people think of this indication which Al’lah inspired to His Prophet concerning the way he should adopt in leading His slaves obedient and how He bids him to be gentle and lenient with them, they will realize how Merciful and Pitiful Al’lah is with His creatures.
47. It said that certain unnamed “sources were skeptical about the opinions of psychologists assigned to the kidnapper”; that “medical findings may have an effect on the trial”; that “if proven insane, Soneji/Murphy could get a sentence as lenient as three years in an institution.
48. It was known that the Emperor was very much grieved for the mother’s sake, and all were grieved for her, and as it was also known that the Emperor did not mean to be very severe to the murderer, who defended the honour of his uniform, all were also lenient to the officer who had defended the honour of his uniform.
49. A general stabilization of business and financial conditions may later justify a more lenient attitude towards the minimum earnings coverage, but until such stabilization has actually been discernible over a considerable period of time the attitude of investors towards preferred stocks must remain extremely critical and exacting.
50. He did not distinguish what sort of love his might be, big or little, passionate or passionless, lasting or passing (he kept a ballet girl himself, though he was the father of a family, so he was lenient in these matters), but he knew that this love affair was viewed with displeasure by those whom it was necessary to please, and therefore he did not approve of his brother's conduct.
51. He did not distinguish what sort of love his might be, big or little, passionate or passionless, lasting or passing (he kept a ballet girl himself, though he was the father of a family, so he was lenient in these matters), but he knew that this love affair was viewed with displeasure by those whom it was necessary to please, and therefore he did not approve of his brother’s conduct.
52. Supposing you were to say twelve months for the theft, which is mild; and three years for the furious driving, which is lenient; and fifteen years for the cheek, which was pretty bad sort of cheek, judging by what we've heard from the witness-box, even if you only believe one-tenth part of what you heard, and I never believe more myself—those figures, if added together correctly, tot up to nineteen years——'.
53. Supposing you were to say twelve months for the theft, which is mild; and three years for the furious driving, which is lenient; and fifteen years for the cheek, which was pretty bad sort of cheek, judging by what we've heard from the witness-box, even if you only believe one-tenth part of what you heard, and I never believe more myself—those figures, if added together correctly, tot up to nineteen years ' ——.
54. Every body present, on hearing the circumstances, thought this a most judicious and lenient sentence; but so thought not the other servant lasses of the town; for in the evening, as I was going home, thinking no harm, on passing the Cross-well, where a vast congregation of them were assembled with their stoups discoursing the news of the day, they opened on me like a pack of hounds at a tod, and I verily believed they would have mobbed me had I not made the best of my way home.
55. If you love those who love you what reward shall you havee for the pub- licans and sinners also love those who love them; And if you do a kindness to those who treat you well where is your superioritye for sinners also do likewise; And if you lend to him of whom you hope for a reward where is your superioritye for the sinners also lend to sinners seeking recompense from them; But love your enemies and do good to them and lend and cut not off the hope of any man; that your reward may be great and you may be the Children of the Highest for he is lenient towards the wicked and the ungrateful.

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