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"It's botched," said Mr. Tooting, whose artistic soul was jarred.
I told her that you had botched the business from the beginning.
This is perfectly true; much as Lnnrot botched and vamped the Finnish lays he made no epic out of them.
The lower screw-plate on the stern post had wrenched out, and we botched it up roughly as a make-shift.
Not the incredible trip, rising till the Earth lay below like a botched model of itself; not the silent mausoleum of the Moon.
He was a quaint little figure, dressed in a man's trousers that had been botched small for him, and a coat hanging in rags.
But for once and once only as those saw who had the hardihood to look, Uncle Tobe had botched up a job.
I told Scarborough he might have known things would be botched somehow.
If you left the transaction to somebody like St. Cyr, say, it would be botched.
Knudsen made him shave the other half of his face himself—a botched job, but still David finished it.
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