blame sätze

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Blame sätze (in englisch)

1. I do not blame him.
2. No one is to blame.
3. I did not blame him.
4. I am myself to blame.
5. You are not to blame.
6. You can't be to blame.
7. She only was to blame.

8. Oh! do not blame Zina.
9. Oh, I don't blame him.
10. Not that I blame them.
11. No one would blame you.
12. And the blame? As I am.
13. There is no blame here.
14. I cant blame her there.
15. Who have thou to blame?
16. No one is to blame here.
17. Dunk could not blame him.
18. Simon could not blame him.
19. As always I blame no one.
20. I needed someone to blame.
21. Don't blame it on Borka.
22. I could hardly blame her.
23. I can’t say I blame her.
24. You can't blame the child.
25. I can’t say I blame him.
26. Not that I could blame him.
27. Just blame it all on me.
28. By cock, she was to blame.
29. Not that he’d blame her.
30. She did not blame her son.
31. Who can blame the public?
32. You can hardly blame him.
33. She didn’t even blame Eva.
34. They are all without blame.
35. I guess I don’t blame ya.
36. How can they blame us?
37. There was no blame or fault.
38. Can't say as I blame him.
39. Don’t blame it on her.
40. And she couldn't blame him.
41. And yet I cannot blame you.
42. How was I to blame?
43. You have yourself to blame.
44. And I couldn’t blame him.
45. But I couldn’t blame them.
46. How could he blame her for.
47. No blame attached to anyone.
48. And he couldn’t blame her.
49. You can’t blame the child.
50. So blame me not, but blame.
51. Can’t blame them for that.
52. I don’t blame you, though.
53. And yet I cannot blame them.
54. Not that I could blame them.
55. Don’t try to blame others.
56. I don’t blame you, Jed.
57. I didn’t blame her though.
58. How can you blame them?
59. Hell, you can’t blame her.
60. You are not finally to blame.
61. Blame is a wonderful excuse.
62. We can hardly blame this on.
63. I had no one but me to blame.
64. And they are hardly to blame.
65. You can blame Kierd for that.
66. Can’t say that I blame you.
67. And I blame you for this, Joe.
68. Don’t blame your boy, Mr.
69. I don't blame you, princess.
70. Maybe you blame others when.
71. They will not blame you then.
72. Who could blame him though?
73. Don’t blame me this time.
74. He didn’t blame the mortal.
75. Barrow were equally to blame.
76. I try not to blame the mother.
77. Not that Maria could blame her.
78. They blame them for Sanctuary.
79. Yeah blame it on the alcohol.
80. I couldn’t really blame him.
81. I don’t blame you one bit.
82. Can’t say as I blame them.
83. She wasn’t the one to blame.
84. I really can't blame him for.
85. And she couldn’t blame them.
86. Blame it on those evil shades.
87. Captain, and I am not to blame.
88. You don't blame me, I hope, Mr.
89. Or he had taken the blame for.
90. Please don’t blame me for it.
91. I can’t blame you for that.
92. She couldn’t even blame that.
93. Can you blame me? he says.
94. Caris had only herself to blame.
95. I blame myself about Archie.
96. I BLAME THOSE FUCKING SQUIRRELS.
97. And who should blame them? It.
98. You can’t blame the Kennedys.
99. That man would never blame you.
100. The real blame lies with others.
1. I was not blaming her.
2. Stop blaming the victim, bears.
3. Stop always blaming the horse.
4. And I swear by the blaming soul.
5. I don’t want you blaming yourself.
6. So as long as he blaming you, Hazel.
7. But STOP BLAMING THE DAMN SIZE THING!.
8. But no one would think of blaming you.
9. And Puller was blaming himself for that.
10. What you blaming us for? he said.
11. They were blaming God for the hurricane.
12. I’m not blaming you, not any more.
13. Instead of blaming himself, he blamed his.
14. They were blaming themselves for his death.
15. He knew he had to stop blaming himself for.
16. The press is blaming it on organized crime.
17. Become aware that you’re blaming others: the.
18. Eve blaming Satan, who was at this time sliding.
19. What! You’re blaming me for all of this?!.
20. Stop blaming others for this being that stares at.
21. A guard was shot and killed, and they're blaming me.
22. He suddenly frowned, as if blaming himself for his.
23. Then they turned to one another, blaming one another.
24. Stop blaming the world for problems you have created;.
25. I had been blaming the world, both for my past and my.
26. My work is about uncovering the truth and blaming the.
27. We can’t go on pointing fingers and blaming each other.
28. You're blaming yourself or others for all the woes that.
29. Blaming the young was the simplest thing to do as self-.
30. He was blaming himself, just what he said he wouldn’t do.
31. She too has turned against you, blaming you for the smear.
32. They’re still blaming it on the father, Marie said.
33. As these numbers indicate, Democrats blaming Republicans.
34. We are always blaming something or someone for our actions.
35. Instead of blaming themselves: they blamed their own hands.
36. Don’t you go blaming that on him, Carl said sternly.
37. Our job involves finding them, not blaming them on someone.
38. Blaming your actions for their abusive or unhealthy behavior.
39. I’ll bet that type of blaming happens to a lot of pastors.
40. I excused his behavior, blaming the mood swings on the new.
41. But everyone seems to be blaming everyone else at the moment.
42. But I can’t blame him without blaming the wench that stole.
43. If you are in the habit of blaming others for your predicament.
44. To stop blaming others for our problems, and to face our fear.
45. They’re blaming us, she said, glancing over at Karlov.
46. Today they both felt guilty for blaming it on Alan's religion.
47. It is the easiest thing to justify our actions by blaming others.
48. I told her what had happened and she asked if I was blaming her.
49. They’re blaming us for the worldwide uprising of bound witches.
50. The power of pain substitute God for Satan by blaming things on God.
51. I should have told her to destroy it, she said, blaming herself.
52. Nah, blaming the enemies of the Church of the Hanging Christ will do.
53. But we must stop blaming Him and let Him ask the questions sometimes.
54. Blaming our parents, teachers, school, and society does not help us.
55. Beware, however, not to make the make the mistake of blaming the food.
56. Blaming others as a response to fear and rejection�August 28, 2011.
57. Blaming others is denying taking responsibility as the creator of this.
58. In blaming the leadership, Lewis said, A culture was created by several.
59. After the fire in Rome Nero attempted to clear himself by blaming it on.
60. I decided I was tired of blaming others for my lack of financial progress.
61. I am not blaming him, please don't think it; besides, it's not my business.
62. Curley announced that the rations were again being cut, blaming it on rats.
63. Every religion seems to be indirectly blaming adherents of other religions.
64. Fair play is primarily not blaming others for anything that is wrong with us.
65. That’s not the way to think, blaming yourself for the actions of others.
66. They also assumed they could cover up the shortage by blaming computer error.
67. The problem with blaming, much like catastrophizing, is that it leads you to.
68. She was quietly blaming herself for all of Derek’s new found sexual habits.
69. Blaming Kifter earlier because he had said the bridge was safe, but the Fife.
70. These past few months he's been blaming his softening on The Return of Eugene.
71. She sent me a note, pleading our help, blaming us for her husband haunting her.
72. Still blaming yourself for their deaths? Johnson said with a smile that hid.
73. I stretched out my hands to them in despair, blaming, cursing and despising myself.
74. In the process of blaming everyone around us, we fail to see a much greater truth:.
75. Nekhludoff told him the old man was blaming the inspector for keeping men imprisoned.
76. Have you ever thought of that? You’re so busy blaming yourself for Kara’s death.
77. That would make more sense than blaming aliens that leave no trace, Anson agreed.
78. Evan Boyd is blaming the Lew Baxters for stealing potatoes out of his field last fall.
79. After the fire in Rome Nero attempted to clear himself by blaming it on the Christians.
80. Then he cursed his mother, blaming her for the puddle of blood his old man was lying in.
81. It is always blaming us for all society's ills, for we are an easy and obvious scapegoat.
82. He was saddened and sickened by what had happened to their relationship, blaming himself.
83. Why don't we get angry with ourselves for hurting ourselves, rather than blaming others?
84. When not blaming their problems on the West, the Muslims and Communists have a tremendous.
85. I can’t believe that after all this time Shealyse was blaming me for her mother’s death.
86. That’s like blaming the river when it’s the rain that sinks your boat, said Ceder.
87. In the vast majority of cases, blaming external circumstances is an excuse which you use to.
88. Alyosha pierced his heart by living with him, seeing everything and blaming nothing.
89. However, it is not you, Prascovia, that I am blaming; it was not you who sent those telegrams.
90. As a part of one’s own personal development it is about time that we stopped blaming others.
91. I am not blaming you for this—in my view all Russians resemble you, or are inclined to do so.
92. No matter how hard he tried he couldn’t keep from blaming himself for Sally’s disappearance.
93. He deeply regretted blaming her when in truth he should have beaten the young priest senseless.
94. You see, Anne, I relish the thought of blaming all of the world’s troubles on you, but I.
95. He muttered curses for Sadie the squirrel, blaming her twitchy claws for tearing up his flooring.
96. Why should I? She is mine, and I told her to do something… Why are you blaming me anyway?
97. She dismissed the madness, blaming the isolation, and turned her attention to the dilapidated loom.
98. Losses mounted, equity declined, and Charles Keating kept on blaming the regulators for his problems.
99. Detective Cross, Katherine Rose and Thomas Dunne are blaming you for the mistakes made in Florida.
100. She was not happy at all, and spit and beat on her bat, blaming it for not catching up to the vessel.
1. Not that I blamed him.
2. He blamed Kamil for it.
3. He is not to be blamed.
4. Some of us have blamed.
5. I blamed myself for not.
6. Not that Joey blamed him.
7. He blamed me for the fight.
8. Can’t say as I blamed him.
9. The rapists have blamed the.
10. The man blamed it on the woman.
11. Parker, not that I blamed him.
12. They would be blamed for any.
13. He’d blamed Crass, who had.
14. Could anyone have blamed me?
15. And he was being blamed for it.
16. The mother still blamed herself.
17. She hadn’t blamed him, really.
18. I can‘t say that I blamed him.
19. Some blamed us for his condition.
20. They all hated and blamed Rushton.
21. She blamed this on Tammas as well.
22. I? You’ve blamed the wrong man.
23. Oh no! But I thought you blamed me.
24. Alf blamed Dob for his late arrival.
25. I always blamed myself for her death.
26. Well, it's blamed mean—that's all.
27. For absent items some had blamed him.
28. On whom this noise should be blamed!.
29. The electrician was blamed and fined.
30. He blamed this on organized religion.
31. The government blamed it on the heat.
32. Can’t say as I blamed them for that.
33. In no way can the righteous be blamed.
34. Father Ashley blamed it on the drains.
35. He blamed himself for not being able.
36. She blamed it on the Garcia connection.
37. The doctors blamed it on coffee and dip.
38. I blamed none of those who repulsed me.
39. She did not blame him: she blamed life.
40. When Eve was asked she blamed the Devil.
41. And the bush blamed it on the Democrats.
42. I can’t say I blamed her for being mad.
43. It was important for her as she blamed.
44. Someone had to be blamed for my mistakes.
45. Woman is blamed for the fall of mankind.
46. Probably be blamed for assault on a local.
47. Some poor stock boy getting blamed for it.
48. He was also a scapegoat and blamed Victor.
49. Edwin blamed himself for what had happened.
50. She couldn’t be blamed for being herself.
51. She knew she’d be blamed for killing him.
52. Instead of blaming himself, he blamed his.
53. Now he blamed himself greatly in his heart.
54. He blamed himself and the drugs in Zhlindu.
55. He reckons it won’t matter who is blamed.
56. The then Government blamed their Coalition.
57. And she blamed herself mercilessly for that.
58. When I was on Earth, I blamed the man-made.
59. I would have been blamed for Irma’s death.
60. He was blamed and lynched, with no trial in.
61. President Bush had been blamed primarily by.
62. I blamed absolutely everything on the pastor.
63. That can not all be blamed on the UN for our.
64. He blamed emotion for the sum of human misery.
65. He has been blamed, he says, for not seeking.
66. He had dreamt and blamed himself as he dreamed.
67. Thea: Renata must surely have blamed herself.
68. I blamed myself and my mom was worried about me.
69. He blamed the weather for the dispersing effect.
70. Actually, his whole family blamed me in the end.
71. They only blamed him for having lost his temper.
72. In this study the abuse was blamed on sick male.
73. The doctors blamed it on coffee and dip.
74. Ian blamed her for something her father had done.
75. He blamed himself aloud, but did not explain why.
76. She blamed herself for getting involved with you.
77. I blamed myself because I thought it was my fault.
78. I can’t say I blamed her for being mad.
79. At first I blamed my father for leaving my mother.
80. I'm afraid you and your big white bird were blamed.
81. If they were, then he could not say he blamed them.
82. Eve had not blamed Alexandra, she had defended her.
83. His mother still blamed Young for ruining her life.
84. He was not hurt, and blamed the spill on a bad knee.
85. Her mother blamed herself? But that’s not true.
86. BETRAYED OR BLAMED BY YOUR BEST FRIEND IN THE WHOLE.
87. Still yearning to be blamed, the twisted idea was mad.
88. For a while, I blamed Aerith, even though I knew it.
89. His art dealer blamed the events of the previous fall.
90. If I am to be blamed, then so be it, David said.
91. No child can be blamed for the actions of his parents.
92. They blamed Doc and Inez for their dad being in prison.
93. She didn’t believe me and I can’t say I blamed her.
94. He deems it a trap, and perhaps he is not to be blamed.
95. It was blamed on an errant E-mini option futures order.
96. I don’t think the problem should be blamed on the cows.
97. That was my fault then, if a fault needs to be blamed.
98. Some of them even blamed the conflict between the Royal.
99. Nick was supposed to be blown up with you blamed for it.
100. Now she blamed herself for the humiliation to which she.
1. He blames society for it.
2. He blames everybody else for it.
3. And he blames the victim….
4. A poor workman always blames his tools.
5. He still blames me for Myfanwy’s loss.
6. He blames you for his mother’s exile.
7. Pyotr Alexandrovitch here blames me too.
8. She blames me for bringing attention to you.
9. She probably blames me that she’s sterilized.
10. She's the one who doesn't listen, and she blames me.
11. Stallman blames the injury on a tendon in his left.
12. He blames Barrons and me equally for his transformation.
13. He blames the duty laid upon him for his mother's death.
14. Who blames me? Many, no doubt; and I shall be called discontented.
15. Here at least one blames others for everything and excuses oneself.
16. Johnny blames his problems on me somewhat, but mostly on his father.
17. Not physically, but the poor child blames herself for the accident.
18. He then blames his luck when he does not secure the things he weakly.
19. Yes, Liza, one must first learn to live oneself before one blames others!.
20. My cousin, the current Khan of Anahuac blames me for his mother’s death.
21. Even the captain blames herself for what happened, Imbrahim pointed out.
22. The people blames God for the existing misery but the plan was voted by demons.
23. But he blames you still for the death of your mother, the dark force that killed her.
24. But what if she blames me for causing her to be ban and want to come after me?!.
25. He says he's been setup and he blames you, his privacy consultant, for the whole thing.
26. Only a victim who blames everything and everyone else for all his failures sees no options.
27. Does not accept blame themselves, but blames others, even for acts they obviously committed.
28. He can live -- even though he blames himself for the death of thousands -- but, if he lost you.
29. Although she feels alternately angry and depressed, she blames no one but herself for this situation.
30. If there is the slightest indication he blames us, we will slip quietly out and return home, I said.
31. He only blames injustice who, owing to cowardice or age or some weakness, has not the power of being unjust.
32. The friend who witnessed the abuse against Anna’s kitten blames herself for not contacting the authorities.
33. May I speak quite freely, and will you remember that it's Mother who blames as well as Mother who sympathizes?
34. He and his brother survived only because they were in Londal at the time, and I’ve no doubt that he blames himself.
35. When I go underwater I always end up with an ear infection and then Victor blames me because I don’t close my ear flaps.
36. Tula blames you for all these calamities and do not cease to repeat it to any place she goes and to those who want to hear her.
37. Now Ambrosius blames me, Arthur went on, said I should have been here to protect her, and I’ve thought about it, long and hard.
38. Notice she blames God for the situation? Please go into my maid or have sexual relations with my maid; perhaps I'll obtain children by her.
39. Notice she blames God for the situation? Please go into my maid, or have sexual relations with my maid; perhaps I'll obtain children by her.
40. Is it possible that he’s angry for the same reason you think Lester is? Because Laws got out of prison and killed Cassie? And he blames you?
41. The argument of some that blames Hitler, the Nazis, Tojo, and the Japanese military for being the first guilty of carpet bombing cities ignores that fact.
42. He’s terribly upset … he thinks that it is possible that Sadler tampered with Liz’s car before going into the house and blames himself for not checking the car was okay.
43. Grigory Vassilyevitch blames me for rebelling against my birth, but I would have sanctioned their killing me before I was born that I might not have come into the world at all.
44. In the film 1492: Conquest of Paradise by Ridley Scott, Christopher Columbus, old and defeated, encounters the Treasurer of Spain which blames him for being a dreamer, an idealist.
45. The Occidental Times, for instance, mentions something about a "massive fire and a tragic accident", yet blames the Copts for "failing to abide by the State's town-planning rules and regulations".
46. Low Self-esteem: If your friend’s partner constantly puts them down and blames them for the abuse, it can be easy for your friend to believe those statements and think that the abuse is their fault.
47. He’s also a blunt critic of all central banks, particularly the US Federal Reserve, which he blames for destabilizing the world’s economy by flooding it with trillions of dollars, virtually printed out of thin air.
48. And, besides, who isn't suffering from aberration nowadays?—you, I, all of us are in a state of aberration, and there are ever so many examples of it: a man sits singing a song, suddenly something annoys him, he takes a pistol and shoots the first person he comes across, and no one blames him for it.
49. Homer gives us a clear example of one of Ulysses’ existential lies when he recounts how Ulysses, after returning to Aeolus after his companions open the bag of winds, blames first a sleepiness that came suddenly over him, then blames his mad companions and finally bad luck, but he never blames himself (v.
50. It makes her think she’s been too hard on Charlie, though here Morris would shift back to the interrogative mood: Isn’t it possible this is just the ’70s talking? She’s never admitted to him that she voted for Jimmy Carter, whom he blames for abetting a culture of permissiveness, and now she wonders if he isn’t right, if this President isn’t too soft a touch.
51. In the film “Batman Begins”, in a scene where Bruce Wayne encounters Rachel (his friend from childhood) who blames him for not having changed, for being the same, dedicated to fun and with no wish to work (obviously she does not know that he in fact is Batman), Bruce replies: “Hey, Rachel, this is not me”, and then Rachel answers: “The things you do matter, Bruce, not the things you say”.
52. Tolkatchenko, who was arrested in the neighbourhood ten days after his flight, behaves with incomparably more decorum; he does not shuffle or tell lies, he tells all he knows, does not justify himself, blames himself with all modesty, though he, too, has a weakness for rhetoric; he tells readily what he knows, and when knowledge of the peasantry and the revolutionary elements among them is touched upon, he positively attitudinises and is eager to produce an effect.
53. STARTED EVERYTHING BY GOING AND GANGING UP ON MISSY! YOU AND YOUR BUDDIES WENT OUT AND GANGED UP ON MISSY! YOU ALL BEATED ON HER PRETTY BAD AND PUT A BRUISE ON HER FACE, BUT WHO WOUND UP IN PRISON IN THE LONG RUN, HUH? HER SISTER DANA! DANA IS THE ONE WHO HAD TO DO THE TIME AFTER WHAT YOU AND YOUR BUDDIES DID TO HER SISTER AND SHE'S PROBABLY FURIOUS ABOUT THAT! DANA IS PROBABLY ANGRY THAT SHE'S THE ONE WHO WAS SENT TO PRISON INSTEAD OF YOU AND YOUR BUDDIES EVEN THOUGH YOU ALL WERE THE ONES WHO STARTED EVERYTHING! DANA IS PROBABLY ANGRY THAT SHE WAS SENT TO PRISON TRYING TO PROTECT HER OWN SISTER FROM YOU AND YOUR BUDDIES! SHE PROBABLY BLAMES YOU FOR HERSELF BEING LOCKED UP IN PRISON AND THINKS THAT IT WAS YOUR FAULT THAT SHE WAS SENT TO PRISON IN THE FIRST PLACE! SHE MIGHT NEVER FORGET ABOUT THAT! I HEAR SOME PEOPLE BECOME REAL BITTER WHEN THEY GET OUT OF PRISON KATHY! I HEAR THEY BECOME VENGEFUL TOO! DANA WAS PROBABLY THINKING ABOUT YOU THE WHOLE ENTIRE TIME SHE WAS SITTING IN PRISON! SHE'S PROBABLY THINKING TO HERSELF THAT IF YOU HADN'T BOTHERED HER SISTER IN THE FIRST PLACE, SHE WOULDN'T BE WHERE SHE'S AT RIGHT NOW, BEING ON PROBATION, DOING COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR A YEAR! SHE'S NOT HAPPY WITH THAT KATHY! DANA WOULD HAVE NEVER ATTACKED YOU OR YOUR BUDDIES IF YOU ALL HAD NEVER ATTACKED OR BOTHERED HER SISTER MISSY IN THE FIRST PLACE! I HEAR THAT DANA IS VERY PROTECTIVE OF HER SISTERS! MISSY TELLS ME THAT A LOT OF TIMES SHE'S AFRAID TO TELL DANA ANYTHING BAD OR WRONG THAT HAPPENS TO HERSELF OR HER OTHER THREE SISTERS BECAUSE SHE KNOWS HOW DANA IS GONNA REACT! SHE KNOWS THAT DANA IS GONNA REACT WITH VIOLENCE!" Raymond calmly says, "You know Kathy, Missy had told me one thing that she said she never told anybody else before, but she told me that her sister Dana scares the daylights out of her! Missy tells me that she and her other three sisters had feared Dana all their lives, ever since they were small kids.

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