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"Madame is always welcome, and always unspotted of the dusty world," he answered gallantly.WHEN VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
She had the unspotted beauty of the snow in the winter, and of the grass and flowers in the summer.GIRLS AND WOMENHARRIET E. PAINE (AKA E. CHESTER}
She lays four or five eggs, of a pale blue, which might not erroneously be described as greenish-blue, unspotted.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
The eggs number five or six, and are of a pale greenish-blue colour unspotted.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
She lays from four to six eggs, the average being five, of a delicate semi-transparent white, unspotted.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
She lays four or five eggs, white, the yolk giving them a slight pinky tinge, unspotted.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
She lays two or three white unspotted eggs of a rather long oval shape.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
Its eggs number from four to seven or eight, pure white, unspotted, and oval in shape.BIRDS' NESTS, EGGS AND EGG-COLLECTINGRICHARD KEARTON
It is the undisputed testimony of all who knew him, that he was a man of unspotted purity of character in his domestic relations.CHRISTOPHER CARSONJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
They were also required to be men of unspotted honour and integrity.THE MANUAL OF HERALDRY; FIFTH EDITIONANONYMOUS

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