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2. Bankruptcy was the blight of the family.
3. His arrival cast a blight on the wedding day.
4. Unemployment is a blight on our community.
5. This discriminatory policy has really been a blight on America.
6. Her divorce was a great blight on her life.
7. Her guilty secret was a blight on her happiness.
8. The blight struck the crop.
9. Manchester still suffers from urban blight and unacceptable poverty.
10. There is a blight on all his efforts.
11. The apple crop was wiped out by blight.
12. His death cast a blight on the whole of that year.
13. Bartlett pears are susceptible to fire blight.
14. Billboards are a blight on the community.
15. Travelling less than hopefully puts blight on holidays abroad.
16. The blight of western civilization has been to divorce our thought from our emotions.
17. Fire blight is treated with a streptomycin antibiotic during bloom.
18. Nor are the blight years which affected potato crops in about one year in three, in the not so distant past.
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19. Whether they give rise to more or to less planning blight than the old development plan system is debatable.
20. The introduction of the new type of development plan under the 1968 Act involved revised provisions in relation to planning blight.
21. There was still no word from Jonna, though, which cast a blight over Annie's mood.
22. This promised major benefits to the nine Baltimore schools, some of which suffered from inner-city blight.
23. People were enjoying themselves, Tom was laughing, she was afraid of casting a blight.
24. And, a shambles: Government attacked over the road that will blight a dream home.
25. The City Council even passed a resolution declaring that there was no blight in Oakland.
26. Black and Latino Angelenos living in this area experienced joblessness, gang warfare, urban blight.
27. Fujimori argues that the recovery is on course and that he has made important inroads against the centuries-old blight of poverty.
28. Brown has come on a kind of pilgrimage to the heart of urban blight.
29. He warned that thousands of householders faced the prospect of years of planning blight.
30. No one kept track of exactly how many were mistreated, but several thousand deaths blight the record of Ferdinand and Isabelia.
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