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aspersion

Rare the act of sprinkling, esp of water in baptism
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Why, Mother, you don't think it would be a good way of sustaining my dignity to set about vindicating myself from the aspersions of Will Maskery?
You are casting aspersions," remonstrated Peter Ivanovitch, "which as far as you are concerned "
Indeed, I don't want to cast aspersions, but it's just as well to have no illusions.
And as to abuse and aspersions, we are both of us far too deeply ashamed of the errors and vices of our other halves, to make them the common subject of our correspondence.
Hawley in expression of a general feeling, as to think it due to your Christian profession that you should clear yourself, if possible, from unhappy aspersions.
Contract awarded for Salbutamol, Aerosol 90 mcg - 100 mcg by aspersion, Spray container 200-250 doses
They make fun of Bihar's culture, cast aspersion on its DNA and call it a BIMARU state,"she said in apparent reference to the remarks made by Modi during his recent visits to Bihar.
La vacunacion via aspersion viene cobrando importancia debido a su practicidad, facilidad y a la uniformidad en su aplicacion (Giambrone, 1986; Bernardino, 2004).
La aplicacion de revestimientos por aspersion termica de niobio sobre substrato de acero al carbono viene surgiendo como una alternativa a los procesos de obtencion de revestimientos por soldadura, soldadura en frio o en el estado solido.
No aspersion is intended against used-car salesmen, many of whom are honest and trustworthy, but their profession has acquired the reputation of un-trustworthiness due to the actions of a few unscrupulous salesmen in the past and it has stuck for all eternity.
En la industria de alimentos, el secado por aspersion es el metodo que mas se utiliza para encapsular sabores y aromas (Masters, 1979; Yanez Fernandez et al.
The fear was "disclosure of raw data could unfairly cast unfounded aspersion on the submitter.