stain'd

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  • She can tell her son that his father has no stain on his reputation.
  • She also appears in a stained glass window at the east end of the church.
  • So much so, that they would die before staining their reputation as soldiers.
  • The stains would go away and his hair would grow back within a matter of weeks. Cited from Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet, by Harold Leland Goodwin
  • He replaced all the windows in the front of the building with stained glass windows.
  • Scenes can be seen today on the stained glass windows of the church.
  • Sometimes the water stains green due this and that is the reason of its name.
  • Inside and outside the car he discovered red stains that looked to be red wine.
  • Blood stains can still be seen on the church's floor from that period.
  • Note that many stains may be used in both living and fixed cells.
  • Here we found two women at work staining a piece of cloth red. Cited from A Voyage to the South Sea, by William Bligh
  • The extensive port-wine stains so often met with on the face are best left alone. Cited from Manual of Surgery, by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
  • Small pieces of stained glass are set deep within the walls, which are sometimes ten feet thick.
  • The third floor is particular famous for its Dutch stained-glass windows.
  • It contains four rare tracks recorded for the follow-up of their third album Stain.
  • The use of domestic stained glass increased until most substantial houses had glass windows.
  • This may have influenced her decision to begin working in stained glass.
  • In some forms the black tone is reduced on a few black stains.
  • The flesh is bright yellow before staining blue where it has been cut.
  • It is also known as the stained glass capital of the United States.
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