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blindfold

Chess not seeing the board and pieces

blindfold

worn by personification of justice. [Art: Hall, 183]
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While Blindfolds Off is Cohen's first book of non-fiction, he has published several works of Biblical fiction, including Moses: A Memoir.
Students don blindfolds and headphones for a challenging game of soccer |
The results of the study, which was conducted on 2,500 people by online sex shop Lovehoney, showed that 66 percent of people have worn a blindfold and 69 percent have tied up a partner during sex, the Daily Star reported.
Yesterday, bus drivers donned blindfolds and glasses which simulate sight loss and attempted to use the bus system.
Twice in recent days I've paid the price of a jockey removing the blindfold virtually as the gates open - Shane B Kelly aboard Klynch at Hamilton and Ted Durcan on Miss Topsy Turvy at Nottingham.
She tells him she wants to play a game and blindfolds him and tells him to strip.
Another shows her smiling at the camera with three Palestinian men with bound hands and blindfolds behind her.
The seven pupils of Marton Manor Primary School wore blindfolds to complete the woodland walk in Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, as part of World Autism Awareness Day.
Children were then randomly assigned to receive no more play time or to play a game in which an experimenter periodically held either of two black blindfolds in front of the children's eyes and asked them to point out certain toys.
Walkers will wear blindfolds and earmuffs to experience what it is like to be a deaf and blind person.
One of Laura's favourites is to pretend that a complete stranger ties her up, blindfolds her - and then starts making love to her.
BINMEN are being forced to put on blindfolds and play bizarre rope games as part of a pounds 100,000 team-building course.