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This recent scandal has left an embarrassing stain on the governmentTyra spilled coffee all over her new blouse, staining it.

This recent scandal has left an embarrassing stain on the government.

You can get rid of some stains in your clothing by putting a bottle of cola in the washing machine.

A black stain on the road was all that remained to show where a man was killed by a drunk driver.

His fingers are permanently stained yellow from years of smoking.

The child's face was stained with tears as he walked slowly home from school.

Red wine will stain your carpet if you spill it, so be careful.

The chairman of a major airline once remarked that coffee stains on the flip-down trays mean to the passengers that we do our engine maintenance wrong.

There is a Latin proverb which suggests that repentant tears wash out the stain of guilt.

This latest scandal is another stain on the Vice-President's reputation.

Most stains on household carpets can be removed if dealt with promptly.

If you spill beer on your rug, you should immediately clean it up with a paper towel before it stains.

The stain on the wood panelling in the basement needs to be redone.

The oldest stained-glass window in the world is in the Cathedral of Augsburg, Germany, and dates from the second half of the eleventh century.

Rock band the Clash sang, Somebody got murdered, his name cannot be found. A small stain on the pavement, they'll scrub it off the ground.

Find someone who has stained his/her clothing with coffee before.

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