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bestirred vt. 弄污;损害;诽谤

  • The wilder elements conducted public smashings of teacups besmirched by sugar, but most abstainers tried to make their point more politely.

    ECONOMIST: Sugar

  • As to the larger issue here, let us shine a light on it and show it in all its besmirched glory.

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  • The disheartening costs of retaining your own lawyer to defend your besmirched reputation aside, the FINRA expungement process itself can be quite daunting.

    FORBES: Former Chase Broker Goes the Distance in FINRA Expungement Victory

  • Each of these venerable brands has been besmirched by severe times and still successfully transformed their focus and approach to their brands and business models.

    FORBES: Kodak: RIP'd From Its Roots Or Back To Them?

  • Thompson's portfolio and you'd think you're looking at a bunch of injured and aching players in the trainer's room: Cardinal Health, Viacom, Coca-Cola, Pfizer, even scandal-besmirched Tyco International.

    FORBES: Stumbling Angels

  • The Republican label is besmirched and many have walked away.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Yet somehow none of these rows besmirched Mr Sacher's reputation.

    ECONOMIST: Paul Sacher

  • If it is not met in two or three years' time, it will not be Lord Irvine who is mocked in the tabloids, cross-questioned on television, besmirched as the young thugs' friend.

    ECONOMIST: A wigging for Lord Irvine

  • In such a climate, perhaps the strangest thing about the breakthrough of the Lib Dems—less besmirched by fiddled expenses than the other parties, and untainted by office—is that it took so long to come.

    ECONOMIST: Britain’s third party may soon be much more than that

  • Mr Zhou's record, damaged by his links to Mr Bo, was further besmirched in April, when Chen Guangcheng, a blind legal activist, escaped from his home in Shandong province, where he was being detained—illegally—by the authorities.

    ECONOMIST: China’s security state

  • While e-mail once seemed to be the shiny new frontier of marketing, companies must now dodge plenty of landmines, not the least of which is the potential of having their brand besmirched by being associated with spam.

    FORBES: Spam: It's Even Worse Than You Think

  • The report says that on the evidence the MPs saw no reason to think the scientists dishonest or their science besmirched, or to doubt the consensus among climate scientists that humans are warming the world and will warm it further.

    ECONOMIST: Green.view

  • But just as the majority of single mothers, who are not impoverished, don't deserve to be placed in the victim column, so, too, the majority of ultra-Orthodox Israelis do not deserve to have their reputation besmirched because of the bad behavior of a small, vocal and easily provoked minority.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Is Israeli society unraveling?

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