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  • Professor Lenny Goldberg's piece, "Proposition 13: Tarnish on the Golden Dream," is a superb short essay on all of the unintended (and some intended) consequences of the property tax "revolt" of 1978.

    Joseph A. Palermo: Remaking California: Reclaiming the Public Good, (Berkeley, California: Heyday Books, 2010), pp. 261. (Book Review)

  • Twitter, Guns and Gambling Tarnish US Image ',' With NBA commissioner David Stern suspending Gilbert Arenas, the media has forgotten that this party got started thanks to Twitter.

    Eric Ehrmann: Glock Around The Clock... Twitter, Guns and Gambling Tarnish US Image

  • Scott Garvin, an officer of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers union local in Maryland, stood near the monument steps, handing out fliers with a photo of Martin Luther King Jr. and the headline, "Don't Tarnish the dream."

    Inside Glenn Beck's 'Restoring Honor' rally

  • Tarnish Jewelry Industry LONDON -- They have been making jewelry in London's Hatton Garden since medieval times, but a new complaint is being heard in the city's oldest jewelry quarter: soaring platinum prices.

    Rising Platinum Prices

  • Older, Wiser and RetiredMy husband of 53 years retired as vice chairman of a large Chicago bank 14 years ago, and I could identify with Jan Zeh's Aug. 2 My Turn, "The 'Golden Years' Are Beginning to Tarnish."

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  • He recalled that he'd recognized the scent of Covey's Tarnish-Preventing Cream in the velvet-lined boxes.

    More Twisted Stories Vol II

  • Tarnish results when metal reacts with some substance in its environment to form a discoloring compound on its surface.

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  • Tarnish results when metal reacts with some substance in its environment to form a discoloring compound on its surface.

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  • Tarnish results when metal reacts with some substance in its environment to form a discoloring compound on its surface.

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  • Tarnish results when metal reacts with some substance in its environment to form a discoloring compound on its surface.

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  • To soil or ruin. To make dirty.

    October 3, 2010