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“Blotched brands he 'd know was my work; and he could have put it on me, too, with a good yarn about trailing me so close I got cold feet.”
“Blotched and swollen from the never-ending attack of flies and mosquitoes his face seemed twice its natural size, and it ached and stung.”
“Blotched as with leprosy stood the walls, whence many hundreds of blocks had fallen into Broadway forming a vast moraine that for some distance choked that thoroughfare.”
“Mr.J. Anderson Henry has communicated to me a nearly similar case: Mr. Brown, of Perth, observed many years ago, in a Highland glen, an ash-tree with yellow leaves; and buds taken from this tree were inserted into common ashes, which in consequence were affected, and produced the _Blotched Breadalbane Ash_.”
“Their last show for the National, Blotched, inspired by performance art, saw jugglers pouring buckets of paint over each other.”
“Blotched Christmas Day attack shows al Qaeda is diminishing”
“Blotched brands he'd know was my work; and he could have put it on me, too, with a good yarn about trailing me so close I got cold feet.”
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