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  • v. Present participle of tarnish.


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  • And Republicans have been working so hard in tarnishing President Obamas image ..... they'll be crying in their beers tonight.

    CNN Poll of Polls: Obama approval holding steady

  • The violent protestors are once again tarnishing an otherwise valid argument that "free trade" is politico-babble and simply rubbish.


  • His ridiculous decision has given the judiciary a bad name tarnishing its reputation and ruining its image.

    Malaysia independent news

  • I did say that to deplore the soldiers in her wood "tarnishing" it "forever" seems somewhat ungrateful to these defenders of the realm she so "loved."

    Ikea People

  • Tim CulpanEGYPTA Case for ReformThe case of Egyptian-American sociologist Saad Eddin Ibrahim has been a bone of contention between Egypt and the United States since Ibrahim was first convicted in 2001 of "tarnishing" the image of Egypt abroad and accepting foreign funds for election reform.


  • I am sick and tired of people from her past "tarnishing" her image and "show boating" them selves and "profiting" from her deathreal loved ones greif-their loss-and use discussions/talks to help them threw it they don't make specticals of themselves on television-this baby is not a golden ticket-Anna would want her surrounded with positive influences and would protect her and have Howard protect her as he did Daniel.

    Anna Nicole Smith

  • Stewardship Ontario apologized to consumers on Friday for confusion over the eco fees but shot back at Gerretsen for publicly "tarnishing" the agency with a letter earlier in the week demanding an audit and compliance program for retailers when that is beyond the agency's scope. - Home Page

  • Kim called the border closing an act "tarnishing" trust between the two Koreas and creating

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  • The Unification Ministry expressed "deep regret" Friday over the North's decision, saying the border closure was "tarnishing" trust between the two Koreas.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • The Unification Ministry expressed 'deep regret' on Friday over the North's decision, saying the border closure was 'tarnishing' trust between the two Koreas.


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