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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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A bastion of good old-fashioned Barnsley bluntness in a world of bland banality.
However, Levine maintained his point and defended his bluntness with another tweet.
THERE really is no mystery to staying slim, points out actress-turned-author Jane Kennedy with typical Aussie bluntness.
Such was the Indian attack's bluntness with the new ball that Harbhajan was brought on as early as the 12th over.
Famously outspoken with a typical northern bluntness, Sir Cyril once described Parliament as "the longest running farce in the west end" and never made it to the leadership of his party.
Released on Monday, underlying messages about the pillaging of Earth's natural resources are hammered home with Cameron's typical bluntness.
Caution: Falling Ice," the signs declare with classic Midwestern bluntness.
The face of the childhood pony always torqued for coarse sugar--a bluntness to the need, like trying to read someone's lips in a dream.
Much of her earlier fictive work was characterized by a bluntness that worked well to convey outrage--El Saadawi has endured imprisonment, death threats, and exile, among other indignities far beyond what most of us will ever contend with, much of which features prominently in her work--but which made for less-than-graceful narrative art.
His touch can be nonchalant almost to the point of bluntness (Epiderme-paysage, 1929) or cautious and vulnerable (St.
In offering the post of White House chief of staff to Mr Emanuel, Mr Obama turned to a fellow Chicago politician with a far different style from his own, a man known for his bluntness as well as his single-minded determination.