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I must thank Mr. Paine, and the author who condensed and presented the above, for a elucidating true liberalism – not the current besmudged term of our day as depicted by right wing wack-osof the conserative far right.
I grew up Roman Catholic, so I know what it feels like to walk around besmudged after being solemnly reminded that, I am "dust, and to dust" I "shall return."
I go, slumpy, besmudged, but happy; I return, superficially immaculate -- but my stockings will still be blue! ...
She looked up at him, raising her swollen eyelids with a great effort, in a sorrowful expression of her drooping mouth, of her whole besmudged and tear-stained face.
Fancier is stretched forth to draw us in, how can he possibly smite any one of us, or cast us away, because we came back to him black and blue with bruises and besmudged and bedraggled past all recognition?
Mr. Hersh has now besmudged the integrity of all the men and women who make up the U.S. Military's special operations groups.