Yet somehow the luck element seems excusable in this game.
The delay from November 1993 to April 1999 was therefore excusable, almost by definition.
Late arrival for a job interview is never excusable.
That fact and a nod to Jewel's impressive vocal range make this sour pop ditty almost excusable.
In 1850 the New School Assembly declared slave-holding, unless excusable for some special reason, a cause for discipline; in 1853 it asked the Southern presbyteries to report what action they had taken to put themselves in accord with the resolution of 1850; The separation of the southern part of the Associate Reformed Church from the northern in 1821, and the establishment of the Associate Reformed Synod of the South had not been due to slavery, but was for convenience in administration.