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  • abbreviation An abbreviated form of blemished, frequently used on auction sites such as ebay.


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  • "Or maybe it's the top of his buttock," suggests Ray Wilkin on Sky.60 min: Adebayor is back on his feet and looking sprightly again, his hamstring and buttocks seemingly in perfect working order again, which can only be a good thing.62 min: Kyle Walker has been brilliant at everything tonight except shooting, and he offers up further evidence just now with a preposterous blem over the bar from 18 yards.

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  • The villagers from that small town took out a rally chanting slogans against India, burnt tyres and the people were asking the Indian government to stop the blem-game.

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  • The noase or the loal had dreven him blem, blem, stun blem.

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  • A spear in the hand of a dishonored guard isn't an em - blem but a challenge.

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  • Montaigne here is not embellishing the life of his primitives; on the contrary he accepts all their blem - ishes but maintains that in comparison with our own, they are either no worse than we, or not bad at all.


  • These, you know, represent the symbolical name of our great Head, and designate our em - blem as the Christian Rose Cross, which conveys an idea of beauty and a higher life so different from the gloom of death usually associated with the black cross.

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  • The center employs 12 people, and if a business has a problem beyond the center's scope of expertise, it will refer the client to a certified public accountant, lawyer or other expert, depending on the pro blem, Segura said.

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  • Perfect. by that i mean stoned, high, blem, etc the person who made this logo musta be blitz for real lol

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  • The pro, blem is Clemens is the best pitcher of our generation.


  • Due to the fact that it is a blem, asking $1250.00 + shipping.

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  • Nominative abbreviation of the adjective blemished, used by manufacturers. Prices of items sold as "blems" are commonly marked down considerably.

    September 18, 2009