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  • And then along comes Alan Moffatt, the ill-reputed business partner of Douglas Jaffe who owns and runs the Horseshoe Bay resort, ready and willing to take this pesky land off Perry's hands.

    Noelle Bell: Governor Perry Caught in Explosive Dirty Deals Scandal

  • I check that thing every day - not so much for GoT news she has an ill-reputed and infamous poker face but just for the eye-on-life stuff she posts.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • The entire average is being skewed by unreliable, ill-reputed Zogby.

    TPM Track Composite: Obama Ahead By More Than Eight Points

  • I've remained silent these past two weeks as skank after cheap-perfume-smelling salacious skank has crawled out of the whorish woodwork to claim their piece of the world's greatest golfer as his once mighty career and wholesome persona have come crashing down like a house of ill-reputed cards.

    Andy Ostroy: I Slept With Tiger Woods

  • And, therefore, the ill-repute into which these attachments have fallen is to be ascribed to the evil condition of those who make them to be ill-reputed; that is to say, to the self - seeking of the governors and the cowardice of the governed; on the other hand, the indiscriminate honour which is given to them in some countries is attributable to the laziness of those who hold this opinion of them.

    The Symposium

  • And, therefore, the ill-repute into which these attachments have fallen is to be ascribed to the evil condition of those who make them to be ill-reputed; that is to say, to the self-seeking of the governors and the cowardice of the governed; on the other hand, the indiscriminate honour which is given to them in some countries is attributable to the laziness of those who hold this opinion of them.

    thispain Diary Entry

  • Besides, they were going to this new and ill-reputed country without enthusiasm, without conviction, not even of their own free will, but solely at the bidding of destiny.

    In Search of the Castaways

  • There was a healthy difference between wriggling down an almost closed and ill-reputed trail and this open, scraped side road, which now looked as good as the one leading to his own cabin.

    Here Abide Monsters

  • In what place could one find a man, however mighty and magnificent he be, that is not blamed if he be a niggard; or any man, however ill-reputed he be, whom liberality does not render praised?

    Cligés. English

  • Like Tencin, she was ill-reputed in her youth on account of her amours, and reckoned the

    International Weekly Miscellany of Literature, Art, and Science — Volume 1, No. 4, July 22, 1850

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