History, however, has indemnified Milton for the neglect and poverty he endured.
Under all circumstances, should not his estate be indemnified?
In cases of 'Barking up the Wrong Tree' the person unjustly arrested should be indemnified.
If this had been the case, would Belgium have indemnified his children at his death?
In some states the owner is indemnified in part or in whole for his loss.
For his danger and illness I have indemnified him in the sum of ten thousand dollars.
As to the third point, should not his estate be indemnified?
Mr. Fabb, it was understood, had indemnified the “Norfolk News.”
That shall be indemnified by a hand-ring, such as arbitrators give, who wish to reconcile us.
This, in some degree, indemnified me for the deplorable loss of time occasioned by the delay in the arrival of our baggage.