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pimply

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lacking consistency or regularity in quality or performance

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having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture)

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lacking consistency

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My personal angle on this spottiness leads me to note that my own work has often overlapped with Rasula's considerations, yet most of that work is not cited--including What Is a Poet?
Doubtless because of the spottiness of the author's research, cherry is not mentioned as an important decorative wood used in eighteenth-century German grand pianos.
The concept of suit should operationally include the tie, thereby opening up a series of hitherto neglected variables such as length, width, darkness, spottiness, stripyness, frayedness, coffee-stainedness, and so on.
In addition, given the spottiness of evidence of welfare migration, even in locales where there is reason to think that it might be substantial, one has to wonder about the real purposes of instituting two-tier benefit-schedules or of holding down benefits to discourage welfare migration.
The Spottiness of Rainfall in a Desert Area," Journal of Hydrology, November 1972, 161-175.
There are probably cities in which they aren't our best shot, but we see the overall strength of consistency as more important than the chance of spottiness from city to city," Mr.
Shillington, spottiness, stuttering and then "On Not Being a Dove," a chapter whose contorted silliness, repetition and freshman incoherence has already caused even the hacks to draw their breath in a bit.
Meant to exhibit spottiness and fun-to-drive characteristics.