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Their offenses have aspersed the reputation that the BPO industry is managing for a long time.
In the trial of John Tutchin (1704), counsel for the defense repeated the argument with which writers had defended "general satire," claiming that The Observators were innocent papers, and not libels, since the attorney general had failed to show "what person (either public or private) these Observators have aspersed.
So conceived, free grace manifests itself in the very preparation that heretics, in the name of free grace, aspersed for its privileging of law over gospel, of grief over gift.
This echoes a similar criticism of Faulkner whose "lack of discipline and of character" Hemingway aspersed in June 1952 (SL 772).