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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.
In some instances, otherwise valuable scientific works are marred by sneers at the books of inspiration.
Although none of the singers were remarkable, yet no individual artist marred the ensemble.
He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
His career as a statesman was marred, like his private character, by an utter lack of principle.
But early in the afternoon, their pleasure was marred by a messenger from Long Creek on the other side of the river.
THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLSHAROLD BELL WRIGHT
The beauty of the tropics is marred somewhat for me; under all the fresh splendor of color death lurks in brilliant tints.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS

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