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  • I believe that a neighborhood can remain only as "unblighted" as it's residents allow or don't allow.

    Planned shrinkage: The Do Not Resucitate approach to urban revitalization - BatesLine

  • Properties a quarter of a mile from the track are selling for up to 10% less than their unblighted value.

    High-speed link derails plans to sell – and a boy's place at school

  • The court ruled that New London had the right to take unblighted property for the purposes of “economic development.”

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The court ruled that New London had the right to take unblighted property for the purposes of “economic development.”

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The court ruled that New London had the right to take unblighted property for the purposes of “economic development.”

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The new statute provides that unblighted property cannot be acquired by eminent domain under any circumstances if it is later to be sold or leased to a private entity.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Questionable Taking in Milwaukee:

  • According to the 1898 writings of Naturalist John Muir, "In God's wilderness lies the hope of the world -- the great fresh, unblighted, unredeemed wilderness."

    AP Environmental Science Chapter 12- Biological

  • In the recent floating discussion of science fiction and fantasy and how to define them, we do tend to identify science fiction with - well - science and by extension technology, and fantasy with - well - you know - a more pastoral landscape unblighted by the polluting presence of machines, if you will.

    Fantasy and Technology

  • In Ohio, a new law stops local governments from seizing unblighted private property for use by private developers while a committee studies the issue.

    A Post-Kelo Test In Ohio

  • Perfect health was Shirley's enviable portion; though warmhearted and sympathetic, she was not nervous: powerful emotions could rouse and sway, without exhausting her spirit: the tempest troubled and shook her while it lasted; but it left her elasticity unbent, and her freshness quite unblighted.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

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