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used of paved surfaces having holes or pits

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marked by or as if by smallpox or acne or other eruptive skin disease

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The game continued to be pockmarked by long-range half-chances, and Burkina Faso threatened to break Ghanaian hearts when Wilfried Balima and Pitroipa carved them open with some clever passing 20 minutes into the second half, before Pitroipa unleashed a harmless shot on goal.
Photographs showed that the black marble slab on which her face is engraved was pockmarked by bullets even though security agents guard the grave around the clock to prevent it from becoming a martyr's shrine.
The second man was mixed race and had pockmarked skin.
You don't need a survey to tell you that too many of Newcastle's roads and pavements are a disgrace with many pockmarked, unsightly and potentially hazardous to older and disabled residents.
It's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, but it speaks volumes about his career, which is immense and pockmarked with multiple jail trips and a willingness to be totally, bleakly candid in all of his songs.
The attacker was in his early 20s, of Eastern European appearance, slim build and around 5ft 11ins tall with fair hair, a long face, pointed nose and a pockmarked complexion.
His time in charge was pockmarked by shock defeats, including a 5-2 aggregate loss to the Swiss out fit Neuchatel Xamax.
He is described as a white man, mid 30s, 6ft 2ins tall and of slim build with a pockmarked face.
Revellers clad in antlers, black cloaks and oak leaves gathered at the Heel stone - a twisted, pockmarked pillar at the edge of the monument.
Revellers clad in antlers, black cloaks and oak leaves gathered at the Heel stone, a twisted, pockmarked pillar at the edge of the prehistoric monument, to welcome the rising sun.
He is described as having a pockmarked complexion with spots, and spoke with a local accent.
Windows were broken, the exterior walls were pockmarked with bullet holes and dozens of spent casings lay in the road, where there were at least two unexploded hand grenades.
The man is white, in his late 20s or early 30s with long untidy hair and a pockmarked face.
The new and rehabilitated buildings will restore an area pockmarked with barren lots, create continuous storefronts along Main Street and help create a 24-hour community of residents and businesses.
Hunts Point remains one of the city's more desolate areas, pockmarked with ramshackle storefronts and bisected by a major expressway.