I agree that much of this stuff does, indeed, confuse young minds and besmirch
our history, but the factual accuracy issue is hardly the major problem.
General Counsel Fred Feinstein vindicates Adelson's handling of the closure of the former Strip hotel to make way for the soon-to-open Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, and further undermines the Culinary's attempts to besmirch
Adelson's relationship with former Sands employees.
These people are not only after easy money, they are trying to besmirch
my name and that of the incoming President, Lavin a said.
Our country will only rid itself of self-seeking, cynical cheats and liars, if we reject, absolutely, those who besmirch
our democracy with the morals of Ali Baba and his six hundred and odd thieves, in the Palace of Westminster.
What will besmirch
the good name of Listowel is the sight of 50 or so idiots marching up to Foley in court to shake his hand.
They have brought new shame on the building that was once the envy of the world for its tradition of true democratic and honest governance of its citizens I can only hope that the electorate remember the names of these shysters come the next election and make sure they never have chance to besmirch
the office of Member of Parliament again.
Now, the new evil to besmirch
the Corinthian spirit is.
We are all fed up with the political scandals which continue to besmirch
INEVITABLY the snipers are out of the woodwork trying to besmirch
the name of George Best.
The parents themselves Wednesday backed down from harsh complaints about conditions at the school, saying they were speaking generally about East Los Angeles campuses and didn't intend to besmirch
their school's reputation.
It is obvious that Governor Remulla's malicious acts are a desperate attempt to discredit, malign, besmirch
and taint my good name, which is part of his early politicking gimmicks and election propaganda.
The majority were well-behaved but we mustn't turn a blind eye to the ugly few who besmirch
Presidential spokesman George Charamba dismissed the claim as "cheap propaganda" in the British media intended to besmirch
Mugabe's name, said the Herald, a government mouthpiece.
Dear Editor, -So Monty Don -supposed TV gardener -believes we should not be eating wonderful British produce from polytunnels as they besmirch
The father is undergoing a crisis of conscience over the remains of his beloved, departed wife - she's still buried in the otherwise emptied cemetery - which son Willis does not want to exhume, lest transporting the casket besmirch
the pristine new car he obsesses over.