Yet violent images are condoned in the “right” circumstances so long as they do not celebrate brutality.
“The thought or notion that this kind of behavior is condoned or authorized is just absurd,” Sullivan said, almost scoffing.
Moreover, neither the Polish government in exile nor the leaders of the Home Army condoned anti-Semitic measures.
The coaches thought that if it seemed like they condoned it, people wouldn't let their kids come play for Baylor.
Afterward someone told the woman that Awlaki had condoned the attacks.
She had no fault to be condoned; the fool was the sole culprit.
A monstrous proceeding truly, and not to be condoned by any circumstances.
"She has condoned Cassandra's conduct and entangled herself with Ralph Denham," she repeated.
This survival of the barbarous instinct to kill is condoned as "sport."
Their intimacy was condoned on all sides as a natural result of Lady Holme's conduct.