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- Ye shall offer at your own will a male without blemish, of the beeves, of the sheep, or of the goats.
1997, Jean Soler, ''5: The Semiotics of Food in the Bible'', Carole Counihan, Penny Van Esterik (editors), ''Food and Culture: A Reader'', page 61,
- Any foot shape deviating from this model is conceived as a blemish, and the animal is unclean.
2003, A. K. Forrest, ''Chapter 6: Surface Defect Detection on Ceramics'', Mark Graves, Bruce Batchelor (editors), ''Machine Vision for the Inspection of Natural Products'', page 193,
- There are a very large number of types of blemish and the smallest blemish visible to a human can be surprisingly small, for example less than 10μm deep, which may be on the surface of a heavily embossed tile.
To spoil the appearance of.
(RQ:Montaigne Florio Essayes)
2009, Michael A. Kirkman, ''Chapter 2: Global Markets fo Processed Potato Products'', Jaspreet Singh, Lovedeep Kaur (editors), ''Advances in Potato Chemistry and Technology'', page 40,
- Generally, varieties in current use for processing are resilient, if not wholly resistant to blemishing diseases and disorders.
2011, Rob Imrie, Emma Street, ''Architectural Design and Regulation'', unnumbered page,
- I mean it reaches a point of ridiculousness in some regards, and one′s seen actually many good schemes here in San Francisco, for example, that have been blemished by an overly strict adherence to codes.
1600, (w), ''Commentaries of the Divers Pieces of Service''
- There had nothing passed betwixt us that might blemish reputation.