1 The sewer is the blemish which Paris has in her blood.
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2 He examined him, and found him sound and without blemish.
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3 There is not a blemish in mind or person at which the proudest of you all would sicken.
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4 Let no prince complain of the faults committed by a people under his control; since these must be ascribed either to his negligence, or to his being himself blemished by similar defects.
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5 It was very pretty then, but to me it is much prettier now, for in this seeming blemishes I read a little history.
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6 But once get used to these slight blemishes and nothing could be more complete, for good sense and good taste had presided over the furnishing, and the result was highly satisfactory.
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