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Blunt

1. Anthony. 1907--83, British art historian and Soviet spy
2. Wilfred Scawen. 1840--1922, British poet, traveller, and anti- imperialist
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Naimi's comments were his bluntest yet on oil prices, which have been driven by the loss of supplies from several producers across the world and, more importantly, by the threat of a disruption from Iran.
I'll say it in the bluntest possible way: when you get your period it sucks to serve in a company with just guys.
Prediction: 0-0 Kick-off: Today, 3pm West Brom v Wigan Home: 4/6 Draw: 13/5 Away 5/1 THE Premier League's two bluntest attacks meet at the Hawthorns today.
Obama's comments, some of the bluntest to date, added to a chorus of non-European policymakers urging greater action to deal with the two-year-old crisis, and came as equity markets fell in response to a sell-off in eurozone bond markets.
The remarks were Medvedev's bluntest warning yet to Assad, whose country has historically close ties with Moscow, one of its main arms suppliers, and hosts a Russian naval maintenance facility on its Mediterranean coast.
In the bluntest remarks by US officials since Pakistan joined the US-led war on militancy in 2001, top US authorities blamed that the Haqqani militant network is a "veritable arm" of the ISI and Pakistan using terrorism as a national strategy.
Fulham came into the match with the second meanest away defence in the league but also the second bluntest attack on the road.
In the bluntest of terms, Breen spells out his philosophy that has trained eight world champions with Co Derry fighter Paul McCloskey on the cusp of becoming the ninth.
In the bluntest terms, moderns are like Hegel's slave.
In the bluntest of statements: space warfare is a certainty in the future because the use of space in war has become vital.
Because, according to an exclusive poll commissioned by The Grocer, the speciality and fine food sector - delis, food halls, specialist bakers, farm shops and health food stores - is fighting back, using all the weapons at its disposal, including the bluntest and least expected - price.
In short, where Czinner--heeding the bluntest form of homophobic prohibition--was unable even to point to the homoerotic implications of the accidental same-gender pairing, therefore making it impossible for him to comment on it, Mendes takes advantage of a contemporary freedom to illustrate the homosexual potential, and then makes the devastating choice to contain it within the panic of his characters.