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However, on closer examination it appears that where one fun item of clothing for dressing the bride up in, or one or two products to the blacken the bride with, would have been sufficient for the previous generation, this is no longer the case.
The content of the leak was totally improper and incorrect and an attempt to blacken my good name.
This is not an attempt to blacken the face of Swami Ramdev.
1]spoil 2 <The scandal will blacken his reputation.