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What is perhaps most shocking, however, is that by and large the vast majority of Americans remain unmarred by any guilt at all for the profound injustices that have been committed in our name and directly paid for with our common tax dollars.
Gloss measurements are made in marred and unmarred areas.
She redoubled her efforts in the face of failure--a hyper-committed, driven, political organizer, unmarred by the cynicism that engulfed many of us after the failures of the Marxist Left.
There aren't roving gangs of doll-carrying lesbian 8-year-olds, Ford advertises where it likes, Disney was unmarred by the protests, and the comic in question didn't just sell, it sold out.
The patch of six counties jutting into the Chesapeake Bay and bordered by rivers north and south is unmarred by the sky scrapers and ubiquitous tattoo parlors of Virginia Beach, 60 miles south.
The ICG said that while polls unmarred by serious violence are a prerequisite for the U.
That person would therefore enjoy true authority unmarred by the murky electoral processes (political patronage and manipulation of beliefs).
His fellow GOP presidential hopefuls didn't escaped unmarred, however.
The new build sits comfortably amid the large period houses that are so typical of Edgbaston, the former "village of a man called Ecgbald" in its old English translation, where the monied middle classes settled in the 19th century, content that, thanks to the strict control of the Gough-Calthorpe family, their leafy idyll would be unmarred by factories or warehouses.