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blondel

[‚blȯn′del]
(optics)

Blondel

loyal troubadour to Richard the Lion-hearted; helps him escape. [Br. Lit.: The Talisman]
See: Loyalty
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Blondel's method was taken up and popularized more than 25 years ago by Canadian theologian Gregory Baum in Faith and Doctrine (Newman Press, 1969).
Nothing is known about Blondel outside of his poetry.
Pictured are Wirral Met College Football Development Squad - (back row, from left): Dylan Corrie (coach), Aaron Kinnear, Jay Squire, Barry Cox, Danny Tartt, Cameron Shaw, Rees Oldham, Lewis Morris, Elliot Morgan, Ahmed Abdu, Jordan Reddington, Dylan Jones, Connor Starkey & Ste Owens (manager); (front row, from left): Callum Blondel, Charlie Andrews, Liam Siddorn, Callum Jones, Seb Peirce, Adam Edgar, Luke Perry & Tom Mason
Blondel crafts a compelling story out of a chance meeting on a train in this psychological novel that explores the thoughts and feelings of its characters in detail, examining what happens in our minds when we undergo unexpected encounters that are both awkward and personal.
Lusty teenaged Danny Baker reaches a pivotal moment in his relationship with attractive teacher Miss Blondel. Dad Spud (Kay) is again obsessed with money.
THE first thing you notice about Rachelle Blondel and Tif Fussell's homes is how warm and welcoming they are.
Blondel and Gary Thompson, Yolanda Pemberton, Darren Kenny.
Romanet, who headed governing body France Galop and its predecessor before he was appointed chairman of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities in 1994, said his main concern was the proportionality of suspensions handed out to Olivier Peslier, on winner Solemia, Christophe Soumillon on runner-up Orfevre and Franck Blondel on fourth-placed Haya Landa.
First comes the rationalist assault in 1931 (Emile Brehier and Leon Brunschvicg), followed by responses by Etienne Gilson and Jacques Maritain, and then Maurice Blondel's contribution.
Part One, "The Journey Inward," depicts the young Blondel as having "an intense interior life centering on the Eucharist and Catholic liturgy." Embracing a sense of mission to reintegrate the question of religion in post-Enlightenment culture, he chose to attend public schools due to the rampant secularism of French society.
Should he grab the chance to play for sporting glory as the captain of West Greenwich's football team - or further develop his blossoming interest in photography, inspired by the tutoring of sexy teacher Miss Blondel with her French accent and enticing darkroom?