I read this in my newspaper today; is it wrong?...
Originally Posted by Red5
It's OK in my books. Alternative usage:
Sean Penn plays an ex-convict who swears to avenge his daughter's killer.
I thought he'd avenge her death.
On behalf of his daughter, he's going to inflict retribution on his daughter's killer.
Psst. Everything you read in the newspaper is true, you know. :D
Not in British newspapers. I'd onlt trust the essentials here- football scores, mostly.
He could avenge his daughter's killing perhaps, but certainly not her killer.
- He swears revenge on his daughter's kller.
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