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Blemish

Any scuff or other mark on the surface of a coin. This may reduce a coin's value as a collector's item, even if the coin does not circulate. See also: Numismatics.
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The charm--most gently and yet most distinctly expressed--which they shed over the whole face, so covers and transforms its little natural human blemishes elsewhere, that it is difficult to estimate the relative merits and defects of the other features.
Blemishes can occur as skin discoloration or dark spots, generally caused by acne breakouts.
Oily skin is also more prone to developing blemishes.
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Most at home acne-clearing devices take about 2 1/2 to 24 minutes to treat acne blemishes effectively, while Claro only takes six seconds per blemish to treat acne with noticeably clearer skin within 24 hours.
Oily skin can be a combination of shiny, open pores, prone to spots and blemishes.
ISLAMABAD, December 27, 2011 (Frontier Star): Fruit blemishes in Pakistani Kinnow are one of the main causes impeding its exports to world market, particularly to European Union, experts said.
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Surely we should have stopped been bothered by blemishes when we left our teenage years behind.