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For that matter, why do we uglify the past in movies, making actors wear dun-colored clothes (I'm being polite) when our ancestors actually took pains to create whatever beauty they could manage?
Q So you have been trying to uglify yourself in John Carter?
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Flagrantly disregarding the "Don't Mess With Texas" signs posted throughout the state, the 24 Hours of LeMons -- a wild and whacky, cult-hit endurance race for cars that cost $500 or less -- is scheduled to uglify Houston on 18-19 October.
With all of the money in the world, Kirk lamented, "we uglify.
And there's nothing that can more quickly uglify a place than billboards.