Prepositions after "mar"
mar by, with, at, for or as?
|In 84% of cases mar by is used|
|The exercise marred by multiple hitches.|
|Comments This is a good post marred by personal attacks.|
|This experience was only slightly marred by the frequent use of CG I mentioned earlier.|
|BUT it is marred by having had several faults (all covered by warranty, but still a PITA).|
|Hacker's victim: Wong is worried that her reputation may have been marred by the stranger's doings.|
|E-ticketing has been marred by bandwidth congestion, server errors and transaction failures of late.|
|Egal's government was marred by rampant corruption, which ultimately wrecked Somalia's 9 years of civilian rule.|
|Clinton made a convincing effort to stay crime-free in her Senate career, although marred by her presidential ambitions.|
|It is undeniable that occasionally these have been marred by conflicts, many of which have been economic and political in nature.|
|He had rather a young face, the ingenuousness of which was marred by the penetrating green eyes, fringed with long dark eyelashes.|
|In 6% of cases mar with is used|
|Every corner of this world that we are living in is marred with stress.|
|In 3% of cases mar for is used|
|Now, after four years, we love each other as on our first year of marriage, and our happiness has not been marred for a single second.|
|In 2% of cases mar from is used|
|But as we've already shown in this series, the BMJ report is marred from the get-go by false statements that undercut this claim against Wakefield.|
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