Lara Logan has been leading the apologies but CBS need to do more than that if they are to salvage the reputation of 60 Minutes.
Koenig apologies for what she seems to treat as a sign of weakness.
Armstrong acknowledged he has lifetime of apologies ahead, and some will be especially hard.
But I have no apologies for the audible squeals I unknowingly squeak out whenever I see her on screen.
As for Matthews, she has received no apologies, but she is unfazed.
I have no apologies to make for this position, I take it proudly.
No burly drayman or big butts of beer, were wanted for apologies.
apologies only account for the evil which they cannot alter!
And she accepted his apologies with a calmness that astonished him.
And not once, in all Bertram's apologies, had he referred to them—those words he had uttered.
early 15c., "defense, justification," from Late Latin apologia, from Greek apologia "a speech in defense," from apologeisthai "to speak in one's defense," from apologos "an account, story," from apo- "from, off" (see apo-) + logos "speech" (see lecture (n.)).
The original English sense of "self-justification" yielded a meaning "frank expression of regret for wrong done," first recorded 1590s, but this was not the main sense until 18c. The old sense tends to emerge in Latin form apologia (first attested in English 1784), especially since J.H. Newman's "Apologia pro Vita Sua" (1864).