Recently leaving an event, Schwarzenegger was asked by a reporter for a comment on the Nunez commutation.
More than 2,000 supporters have signed a petition arguing for commutation in the days since the sentencing.
Further, on 2nd April, he proposed a commutation of the Land Tax.
Its value consisted in the pensions he received as a sort of commutation.
But the commutation depended on one thing—the term of their service on another.
For the same reason, I entirely disagree with you on any commutation of tithes.
About August 10th she petitioned for commutation, alleging that she had eight little children, deprived of both parents.
Great exertions were made to obtain a commutation of his punishment.
You have to spend car-fares there, and here you have a commutation ticket to get.
Every endeavour was used, however, to obtain a commutation of sentence.
mid-15c., from Old French commutacion "change, transformation, exchange, barter" (13c., Modern French commutation), from Latin commutationem (nominative commutatio) "a change, alteration," noun of action from past participle stem of commutare "to change, alter entirely" (see commute (v.)).