Illegible sentence example

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  • The inscription was partly illegible.

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  • Two words are almost illegible, and the angular print slants in every direction.

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  • Doctors can get away with illegible scrawls but you can't.

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  • Illegible rebates will often not be processed.

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  • Always plan to have illegible writing or misspellings on several envelopes.

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  • The inscription at the top is now almost illegible.

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  • For those of us cursed with illegible scrawls that we laughingly call handwriting, well, that's what computers were made for.

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  • Eliseg was father of Brochmael, prince of Powys, and his grandson, Concen or Congen, appears to have erected the pillar, which is now broken, with an illegible inscription; the modern inscription dates only from 1779.

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  • The alteration in the first letter may be due to the original document being partly illegible.

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  • Through out my education I had many problems, from not being able to read fast enough to having illegible handwriting.

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  • They get so many requests for an autograph, they end writing something totally illegible.

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  • Please try to resist the temptation to scribble them in illegible scrawl.

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  • All empty containers removed or markings removed or made illegible?

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  • The Council cannot be held responsible for entries lost, delayed or rendered illegible.

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  • Roscio and pro Murena are only known from an ancient and illegible MS. discovered by Poggio at Cluny, 1 Epist.

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  • He then glanced up at the wall where the nearly illegible chalk marking clearly pointed, not in the direction of the stones, but in the opposite direction!

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  • A text may become illegible through damp or constant thumbing; portions of it may be torn away; if it is in book form, leaves or whole quires may be detached and either lost or misplaced.

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  • It seems to have carried an inscription which is almost completely illegible.

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  • Reducing A4 to A5 often makes the text illegible.

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  • Some of the letters are fading, indeed some have become illegible.

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  • Unfortunately, tho, the process of carbonization which preserved them has also rendered them, till now, largely illegible.

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