besmear


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Their coarse superficialities besmear Europe from Scotland to southern Spain with tiled roofs, applique half timbering and crude approximations of traditional details translated into cheap modern materials and craftsmanship.
Letters like Chris Kelly's seem to be so self-centred and their attempts to besmear or ignore the vast amount of data available from reputable, impartial sources would be laughable if the consequences of speeding weren't so often tragic.
To besmear a backing pan and dispose the cannelloni lightly distanced between them in an only couch.
TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'to besmear with any adhesive substance, overlay with a coating of earth carefully smoothed down, stop a hole with earth'.