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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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Sheldon Blunt needs a new financial plan to help recover from a financial setback, shore up his retirement funds, and care for his aging parents
A few years ago - like many pop phenomena, the origins are hazy - teenage boys started buying blunts - cheap, medium thickness cigars - cutting them open, hollowing them out, and replacing most of the tobacco with marijuana (girls apparently enjoy Tiparillos).
As for the pain-subduing mechanism underlying "silent" ischemia, he speculates that nicotine blunts pain messages by binding with nerve cells.
These include outer sheaths that cover the needle after use; spring retraction which snaps the needle back into a chamber after activation; and internal blunting, which blunts the needle during use -- and before removal from the patient.
Blunt was the author of four books, "The Blunts: A History," tracing his family to medieval England and 12 generations in New England; "Inside the Battle of the Bulge, A private Comes of Age," "Foot Soldier: A Combat Infantryman's War in Europe," and "Police Beat," relating his law enforcement-related career.
It is late in the day now, but, in common with Blunts friends and admirers, she is determined not to do anything so naively bourgeois as pass a moral judgment.
Blunt was the author of: "The Blunts: A History," tracing his family to medieval England and 12 generations in New England; "Inside the Battle of the Bulge, A Private Comes of Age," "Foot Soldier: A Combat Infantryman's War in Europe," and "Police Beat," relating his law enforcement-related career.
Madollie tailslides, switch frontside feebles, switch frontside blunts, and a blunt to 360 flip fakie.
He ran out of his home to discover the Blunts' bungalow engulfed in flames -with Mr Blunt still trapped inside.
It is taken for granted throughout that it is unnecessary to mention Blunts career as a spy or his eventual disgrace, including the annulment of his knighthood.
The clients for whom the other Blunts work would undoubtedly be overjoyed with their access suddenly reaching higher places, both on the state and the national level.