Blemish


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Blemish

A minor defect in appearance that does not affect the durability or strength of wood, marble, or other material.

blemish

In wood, marble, etc., usually a minor appearance defect that does not necessarily affect durability or strength.
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Then move the cursor over to the blemish and click to "stamp" those good pixels over the bad.
Lowe -- who waited six weeks to consult with a doctor after first noticing the blemish on his nose -- realizes how fortunate he is that the cancer was caught in time.
Also, because the drop box typically has a large opening, it leaves a blemish on the part.
Three years ago, I vowed to address the rundown condition of this property, which was a blemish on our lovely historic district," he said.
A telltale, crescent-shaped blemish on apples, apricots, cherries, peaches, pears, and plums is all it takes to signal an invasion by plum curculio weevils, Conotrachelus nenuphar.
Experience: Professionally watered 22,500 office plants"; "I have never had a single blemish held against me, and my IQ is off the charts"; "I'm submitting my resume to spite [sic] my lack of C++ and HTML experience.
It is a celebration of the art of poetry itself, what the poet's medieval forebear Egill Skallagrimsson called "a craft without blemish.
Proactiv Solution, the trusted leader in blemish treatment for 15 years, introduces New Proactiv , the same effective pharmaceutical-grade benzoyl peroxide formula that revolutionized the treatment of blemishes now enhanced with micro-crystal technology.
Origins Super Spot Remover Blemish Treatment Gel, PS14, origins.
3 's Rimmel's Hide the Blemish Concealer, pounds 4.
Its Spot Remover range features Blemish Remover Pads for pounds 22 and Blemish Treatment Gel for pounds 12.