Metal deck clips secure the 1-by-6 decking to pressure-treated girders, leaving the surface unmarred
by nails: only an existing pineapple guava tree pokes through it.
To keep wood surfaces unmarred
, you either have to carefully pry the pieces apart often an impossible task, or cut the nails with a hacksaw blade.
Marikina RTC Judge Geraldine Macaraig, who introduced the senator, said the fearless Santiago holds an amazing record in the three branches of government, with her record of pork barrel funds' use unmarred
, citing the Commission on Audit.
It is within their authority and their power to ensure that initiation rites are guided by the true goal of testing determination and developing solidarity, unmarred
by brutality and sadism.
If Nick had known it, his resemblance to his uncle Francis was marked, though unmarred
So when Haslip checks under the hood of a car, he smiles when he sees clean, unmarred
expanses of original-color paint but knocks points off for tiny, nearly invisible scratches and irregularities in the paint job.
"The United States will support the Lebanese authorities' efforts to ensure that they are free, fair, transparent and unmarred
by political violence."
Although I had owned the gun for a number of years, I always carried it in a lined holster and was quite proud of its unmarred
condition, even though I had taken it afield many times.
His depiction of Christians as stalwart foes of slavery is unmarred
by mention of the professing Christians who fought against abolition in England and the United States.
The benefit of this neglect is that one may approach video games today as a type of beautifully undisturbed processing of contemporary life, as yet unmarred
by overwrought analyses.
Confronted with an authentic meritocracy unmarred
by the inherent disadvantages of race and class, the modern rightist is lost.
Down the Highway is thankfully unmarred
by shoddy and tortured theory or criticism.
According to Chandler, the Park Service decision to ban snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park (see News, January/February 2001) will make it possible for visitors to "take [their] kids to the park to enjoy a winter wonderland unmarred
by the whine of snowmobiles."
Excellent: All original parts, over 80 percent finish, sharp lettering, unmarred
wood, fine bore.
Yet, to judge from a wide body of literature-settlers' descriptions of predominantly unmarred
wilderness-Indians either trod lightly on nature, for the most part, or were cunning trompe l'oeil landscape artists.