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I try to offend equally.
You will not offend me.
I didn't mean to offend you.
He did not dare offend them.
I didn’t want to offend her.
She didn’t mean to offend him.
Master, you will not offend me.

He’s very difficult to offend.
I hope that won’t offend you.
He will offend you by His freedom.
The difficulty will not me offend;.
Bang, I didn't mean to offend you.
Did I do something to offend you?
And it is not possible to offend me.
I hope this story did not offend you.
I'm sorry they offend you, heartily;.
Nothing can offend us! Gimme that!.
I long have ceased to offend the laws.
Would so offend a virgin, and extort.
You’ll offend the Gods by entering.
If thine eye offend thee: pluck it out.
If we offend, it is with our good will.
I did not mean to offend you, Uncle.
Really, I don’t want to offend her.
This will seriously offend Bob's dignity.
True to his word, he does offend the good.
Sorry, I didn’t mean to offend that bird.
Not to stop at his aunt's was to offend her.
Thomas spoke smoothly, not wishing to offend.
Nicholas Ivánovich tries not to offend them.
I wondered if I had said anything to offend him.
Why is that? What have I done to offend you?’.
I hope I did not offend you by bringing it to you.
One of my favorite jokes (which would offend some.
I didn’t want to offend the others at the table.
The following paragraphs may offend some readers and.
Notwithstanding, lest we should offend them, go thou.
Have I done something to offend you? Marcus says.
I assure you I do not mean to offend you in the least.
I don’t mean to offend you, of course, but I was.
But perhaps I’m offending you.
The offending companies and the U.
Offending you guys was not my intent.
Who are you worried about offending?
Studying the offending orders, Jack noticed.
The offending boy turned from pink to crimson.
On the table stood the offending loaf unswathed.
The driver's door of the offending car is still open.
Anger is offending, even disgusting and troublesome.
In these cases, avoiding the offending supplement or.
The doctors soon removed my offending appendix and had.
Torture is the noblest production of the offending devil.
And was that the head and front of his offending?
He indicated the offending jar with a contemptuous sweep.
He pulled his tunic sleeve down to cover the offending mark.
Not a long-winded boy, are you? There’s the offending device.
Display the errors one by one, focusing on the offending field.
Gabby grabbed her arm as she went to tear the offending page out.
He then, who talks about the prophets offending them has no faith.
He started out topunish the offending officers, but on the way repented.
Peter screamed in agony as his friend dug out the offending ball of lead.
Where pronunciation is tricky you should consider editing the offending.
The offending rookie ran alone and carried a full ammo crate for inspiration.
They liked blue better but chose green to avoid offending the carpet too much.
And he had begun to see his lack of sons as a judgment on him for offending.
The offending fireman thrashed up from the water begging the Doc to forgive him.
I, Ren Fengping at the risk of offending the wrath of everyone…alas! You have.
I shrugged and struggled for words to explain how I was feeling without offending her.
The offending player, who had not used the mRocK ball to make a kill, was eliminated.
Instinctively, he had reached down for the offending object and tossed it back in the.
The driver of the offending Mini-moke is a little white-haired old lady of at least 70.
Norm and Boran had achieved this by altering and replacing 42000 offending DNA strands.
She vaulted lightly to a seat on the pine tree, and laid the offending muff on a bough.
The president called in the offending agent and said, Naughty, naughty, mustn’t do.
After pocketing the offending ticket, Loofah surveyed the carriage without much interest.
Necessity excused stratagem, but stratagem was limited by the dread of offending Dorothea.
If he was always going to worry about offending Sebastian then he’d be better off alone.
Keeled over in agony, he gazed at the offending item that was only a few feet away from him.
Humphrey took a green pen and wrote BALLS across the offending item before assigning it to the bin.
Saldon and Manna drew themselves to a stop and drew their weapons, surrounding the offending bush.
Please do not be offended.
Clearly I had offended her.
I’m sorry I offended you.
I could be offended, Mr.
He did not appear offended.
She was offended and pissed.
The young woman was offended.
They were in no way offended.
I was quite offended by this.
I am not offended by my joke.
Youre the one most offended;.
I am not offended at jealousy.
Probably she is offended by it.
So, I got ready to be offended.
I was more curious than offended.
He thought you might be offended.
I have offended her and hurt her.
While you are extremely offended.
She had hurt Robert, offended him.
I should be offended but I'm not.
She was too busy looking offended.
But which spirit have I offended?
Please, don’t be offended by me.
They tended to get offended easily.
Bob didn’t seem offended, though.
You have offended the spirit of….
You are the offended party, count.
You ought not to have offended him.
Most by this circumstance offended.
So I send this song to the offended.
I thought I might have offended her.
My apologies if I’ve offended you.
Lisbeth didn’t get offended by that.
Besides, who remains to be offended?
Tracey hoped she hadn't offended him.
The offended Klingon tried to tackle.
Sir Thomas heard and was not offended.
He was rather offended at her laughter.
I was not! Travis said, offended.
The Chinese ambassador looked offended.
This offends me.
Li Hongzhi repeatedly offends the.
It's so free it offends the church people.
Whatever makes one conspicuous offends the canon.
Every such occupation with other people offends her.
Only what offends me is that he doesn't love me at all.
I'm sorry if this offends you, but you signed up for this.
Besides, Laigle de Meaux, that bald-head, offends my sight.
This offends against Ineos policy, so Mr Deans was suspended.
He’s miffed about his son making a choice that offends Ares.
Public sentiment is quick to know and to feel what offends these.
You’re not working on a case! It offends me more than it should.
Woe to him who offends a child! Father Anfim taught me to love children.
If Mother offends her, I think dark forces must still be influencing her.
In every man there is a witness for a 'law, against which he offends by sin.
Cass playfully offends her as he continues laughing, Stop tickling me girly!.
An arch-vil ain with this code might kill an underling who questions, or offends him.
This tax, therefore, so far offends against the first of the four maxims above mentioned.
The parish has put up with a lot from that man … but it's his arrogance that offends most.
He doesn’t like the smell; it offends him, he says, but what he really doesn’t like is my weight.
We are always ready to complain indignantly that others’ hatred offends us, but we never see our own.
She issues a motherly scolding when she feels I have done wrong but defends my reasoning when my ―ugly American‖ abrasiveness offends others.
This proposition frightens and offends her (she loves him), opens her eyes to her position and to that of her mother, and makes her suffer deeply.
That it was from WeCare’s button-pushing rag I discovered what happened at the abbey the night the Hoar Frost King was destroyed offends me endlessly.
I tell you, it offends me a lot! Is there anything I can do to help bring the assassins to justice? If there is, you can count on me, and on all of us from Winghoof!.
The rise of the common man, yearning for a better life for himself and his family, offends them because it displaces their preeminence as the directorate of social and political values.
My friends, today you witnessed the power of hellfire and I can see in your faces that it offends you as it does me, remember I told you there is little or no honour in the way I will fight this war.
I may also enjoy the precious privilege of assuring you of my fond, faithful, and unalterable affection, whenever you visit your favorite bower, unless, indeed, it offends your pride to listen to professions of love from the lips of a poor workingman, clad in a blouse and cap.
This miserable, ill man, who has lost his mind from the exercise of power, with these words offends everything which can be holy for a man of our time, and men,—Christians, liberals, cultured men of our time,—all of them, are not only not provoked by this insult, but even do not notice it.
Rubens was a painter who gloried in the unrestrained expression of the zeal to live and drink deeply of life, and glorious as much of his work is, and wonderful as it all is, the excessive use of curves and rounded forms in his later work robs it of much of its power and offends us by its grossness.
O, it offends me to the soul to hear a robustious periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters, to very rags, to split the ears of the groundlings, who for the most part are capable of nothing but inexplicable dumb shows and noise: I would have such a fellow whipped for o'erdoing Termagant; it out-herods Herod: pray you, avoid it.
The reader does not know what the author wants,—whether he wants to show the whole emptiness and baseness of Paul, who with indifference turns away from the woman and offends her, only because her form is spoiled from being pregnant with a child by him, or whether he wants, on the contrary, to show how agreeable and nice it is to live the way this Paul lives.
Consider that his was a mind which shrank from pity: have you ever watched in such a mind the effect of a suspicion that what is pressing it as a grief may be really a source of contentment, either actual or future, to the being who already offends by pitying? Besides, he knew little of Dorothea's sensations, and had not reflected that on such an occasion as the present they were comparable in strength to his own sensibilities about Carp's criticisms.
Disaster to the world because of offences! because it needs to happen that offences come but disaster to that man by whom the offence comes! Therefore if your hand or foot offends you cut them off and throw them from you; It is better for you to enter into life lame or maimed rather than having two hands or two feet to be thrown into the everlasting fire; and if your eye offend you pluck it out and throw it away from you; It is better for you to enter into life with one eye rather than having two eyes to be thrown into the fire of Hell.
You have heard that it was said by them of ancient times: You shall not commit adultery but I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust after her has committed adultery with her already in his heart and if your right eye offends you pluck it out and throw it from you because it is profitable for you that one of your body parts should perish and so that your whole body should not be thrown into Hell; and if your right hand offends you cut it off and throw it away from you because it is profitable for you that one of your body parts should perish and that your whole body should not be thrown into Hell.

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