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to make superficially more acceptable or appealing

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After finishing second on his debut at Nottingham, Sugar Lump went one better when shedding his maiden tag at Salisbury on his second outing.
He knew which players to shout at and which ones to offer a sugar lump.
It was also explained that, although it was not so very expensive, there would be some families that would buy the sugar lump and when announcing the marriage, the Mullah would say a prayer over the lump of sugar.
Ever patient and demanding not even a tooth-rotting sugar lump in return, Horace helps demonstrate to children how to clean their teeth.
HISTORY'S MOST FAMOUS sugar lump was `Mr Cube', an animated cartoon character born in July 1949 in a climate of grey austerity, rationing and contentious nationalisation proposals.
Instead, he finds a man who made up charming stories about the wily and resourceful Sugar Lump Boy to boost his son's spirits; a man who worked lovingly over those nearly four years in prison to teach his fellow inmates to read; a man whose greatest pleasure while in prison was the simple act of writing to his wife and son.
Out of habit, she popped a sugar lump in the driver's mouth.
En masse, we all had the polio jab or took the serum on a sugar lump.
As an exercise in bland anonymity, the new logo takes the biscuit, or in this case the sugar lump that we should be giving to Dobbin.
Second only to the glut of bowl games on New Year's Day, college football's rivalry Saturday today may have more at stake than a Rose, Orange or Sugar lump can provide.
Richard Hannon can kick off another season of dominance at Windsor with likely improver SUGAR LUMP (2.
Put a sugar lump in each jar to soak up any air moisture and don't forget to label them - I put poppy seed in a curry last year thinking it was cumin, which was what it said on the jar.
Philip Hughes, who worked as a technical operator at Radio 1, told jurors he, Travis and fellow DJ Noel Edmonds would often play pranks on each other including having sugar lump fights and placing cups of water over the studio door.
But it was her love of all things equine that was clear for all to see when she returned to Catterick Camp in 1978 and, during a walkabout, fed one of the regiments' horses a sugar lump.