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  • adj. Covered with flyspecks.


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  • But this level of clampdown, with every nickel being flyspecked before we can spend it, is unprecedented in my experience, the person said.

    Budget Rift at CFTC Pulls Plug on Alarm

  • When confronted by dubious toilets or flyspecked markets, people here daily use the expression, "mikwob pa touye ayisyen," which translates "germs don't kill Haitians."

    Amid cholera outbreak in Haiti, a scramble to get soap

  • We got two flyspecked rooms with rattling fans and met Angel and Ruben for dinner at a pub on the front street.


  • From now until 2012, he'll be flyspecked for every interaction with a special interest, lobbyist, wealthy individual, or Republican.

    The What and How of Obama

  • Then, a few months later on the site of several former horrid flyspecked delis that failed opens a Mariachi, a Mexican place.

    From Hillbilly Highway to Gourmet Row

  • Looking tense and tired, Smith watched as Cherry and Lutz flyspecked his creation.

    The Fast And The Luxurious

  • Salty perspiration trickled down his forehead and burned his eyes as he looked up at the flyspecked calendar.

    Historical Novel about...Pembina

  • Carol, looking through the flyspecked windows of the hotel, sees only rickety chairs and cuspidors, but Bea thrills to "the swell traveling man" she spies there, to the "lovely marble" soda fountain, and to all the stores — "one just for tobacco alone."

    Sheer Data

  • Below the window hung a flyspecked oil painting of the Last Supper.

    Hunting Season

  • A little old lady was studying flyspecked souvenir items in the window at Mulhollands Mercantile.

    Perseus Spur


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