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Blunden

Edmund (Charles). 1896--1974, British poet and scholar, noted esp for Undertones of War(1928), a memoir of World War I in verse and prose
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Tests revealed that Blunden had 83 micro-grammes of alcohol in 100 milhlitres of breath - more than twice the legal limit of 35m.
Ms Blunden last night went to see her MP Bob Ainsworth to see if he could help the family.
Eastern Time, Blunden will present at the 36th Annual JPMorgan Technology Conference at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, Mass.
Blunden was a quiet woman, perhaps a little shy, with large, wise eyes, a honeyed laugh, and a steady tide of courage.
According to Ron Blunden of Computer Advantage, an Apple Specialist in Sarasota, Florida, this transition strategy provides a great opportunity for Apple Specialists.
His four other directing credits included The Amazing Mr Blunden, a version of The Water Babies and the Womble movie Wombling Free.
Also on May 2nd, Blunden will address the Goldman Sachs Alternative Energy Conference 2007 at 3:20 p.
Course tutor Victor Blunden will take people round the ancient Egypt and Egyptology collections at the museum.
Commander Jeremy Blunden, HMS Newcastle's CO, said: "It will be a long and busy deployment, but we are all looking forward to it.
Michaela Blunden, marketing director at Oriental Express, said the five-strong World Express range would be rolled out to other retailers in the new year, retailing al between 99p and l.
Service to Sports: Jeff Guile, Pwllheli Football Club; Peter Blunden, Bro Dysynni Athletics Club and Dysynni Cycle club.
Darren Stock, aged 24, told how he and partner Teresa Blunden, fear for the safety of their own house as children regularly use the empty house with gaping holes in the wall as a playground.