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After the biggest shot of his career, and the last great moment of his injury-marred tenure in Washington, Wall jumped on the scorer’s table and tugged at his jersey as the home crowd roared.
What the video wasn’t was a compelling argument for the idea that the 2020 presidential contest was somehow marred by fraud.
There’s no reason to think that every election moving forward won’t be similarly marred by attempts to overturn the popular will through some combination of legal chicanery, conspiracy-theory espousal and efforts to game the system.
In September, he admitted that 2020 might have been his last season had it not been marred by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The second is that both privatization and nationalization disappoint, because both processes are frequently marred by expropriation.
TV and CableLike many other cable and TV network businesses, Discovery’s second quarter was marred by the precipitous decline in the ad market.
But he marred it all by a temper so ungovernable that in Paris there was current a byword, "Explosive as Garnache."
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
No mishap marred the pleasure of the trip, and all returned safe and sound to their home in the capital city of Korea.
A few scratches here and there marred the polish of the frame and one cushion had sustained an ugly rent.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
The girdle which the prophet had been commanded to hide, in process of time was marred; it was profitable for nothing.

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