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  • Solis needn't worry about criticism from Orseno blemishing his reputation.
  • There was also a guitarist who insisted on blemishing nearly every song with a flashy solo.
  • Munich, with only a draw blemishing their record, tops the standings with 13 points.
  • But even small fines suggested guilt, blemishing some of the biggest names on the local backstretches.
  • Particulates which adhere to collection objects may cause soiling or blemishing, requiring mechanical removal and conservation efforts.
  • Johansson posted a 74 Friday, a double-bogey at No . 7 blemishing an otherwise steady round.
  • He should also know he will be harming children and blemishing his record of compassion if he signs the congressional bill.
  • Liberal lawmakers marched out of the chamber in protest, blemishing what had otherwise been a triumphant day for the new Kremlin leader.
  • Two springs in a row the Knicks and the Heat have postured and fought like soccer hooligans, blemishing their seasons and embarrassing their sport.
  • "What these people are doing is blemishing the image of the resistance so the Iraqi people turns against it, " the Iraqi said.
  • Croatian newspapers speculated that some of his own party members would also like to see him go, blaming him for blemishing the party's image.
  • But even if Bush is elected, he could risk blemishing his self-declared " compassionate conservative " label by undoing environmental or safety rules.
  • Meggie was arrested and Victor went to fill in Nikki, but before he did found her in bed with Deacon, blemishing the chances of another marriage.
  • Renauto said, adding that in such a case, it is even possible for sellers who have remained current with their obligations to avoid blemishing their credit records.
  • Occasionally referred to as the "'blemishing effect "'when used as a form of marketing, the pratfall effect has established itself in popular culture.
  • Bruises on the face of jailed dissident Anwar Ibrahim, splashed on newspaper front pages for two days and downloaded from the Internet, are blemishing the image of Malaysian police.
  • Instead of cleaning Arizona's air, the program has backfired, sullying the state's Republican party, blemishing the governor's record and leaving many residents fuming.
  • Republicans clearly want to stoke as much public outrage as possible over what has happened, both as a way of vilifying Clinton and blemishing the presidential aspirations of Vice President Al Gore.
  • Gashes by serrated dinosaur teeth blemishing her skull and some of her bones are evidence of mortal battles, one of which may have ended Sue's life some 65 million years ago.
  • He noted that blemishing is most apparent on the museum's river side, which is exposed to harsh northern winds, although the combination of water and oxygen in river fog also causes damage.
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