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On board is Sully, who sacrificed her marriage and left her daughter behind in order to become one of the first humans to travel so far in our Solar System.
This was very exceptional in railway history, for British and Irish railways possess a record that has rarely been sullied.
“Awful,” “horrid,” and “lovely” are good words; but they have been sullied by common use.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
The same treachery which sullied the reminiscences of Ghent, characterised the procedure of the minister towards England in 1846.
Pomp grinned, and broke off some thick leaves to carefully clean the sullied end, chuckling merrily the while.
MASS' GEORGEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Even the memory of his grand passion was now corrupted, sullied, debased.
THE CHILD OF PLEASUREGABRIELE D'ANNUNZIO
But his military fame was sullied by ingratitude and tyranny.
There is no question about his military ability, although his reputation was sullied by high-handed and arbitrary measures.
From which two suppositions sprang one of the most hideous accusations that has ever sullied the reputation of a great man.
Not with vices will thy life be sullied; let that, noble prince!

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