Blunden


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Blunden

Edmund (Charles). 1896--1974, British poet and scholar, noted esp for Undertones of War(1928), a memoir of World War I in verse and prose
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Blunden was sent as Brigade Intelligence Officer where headquarters was concealed in an old brick vault under the Ramparts close to the Lille Gate.
Blunden, 'A Word for Kirke White II', N&Q 193 (24 Dec.
He gave me the couplet from Blunden as an instance of his feelings for Juan Peron, who had persecuted him and his family.
Blunden is a widely recognized energy policy expert with extensive applied experience in both the industrial and non-profit sectors.
And even that modest total proved to be more than enough as Llangollen were skittled out for just 58 with Blunden (5-20) doing most of the damage while Luke Wilbraham picked up three wickets.
Speaking as the ship prepared for the sevenweek programme, Bulwark's commanding officer Captain Jeremy Blunden said: "The Arctic weather that we will experience in Norway will be extremely demanding, but we have all the necessary equipment we need and all the sailors and marines are looking forward to the challenge.
One freezing dusky late afternoon on 16 December, 1878, a young overworked locum doctor named Charles Blunden fell asleep at his desk in a surgery off Myrtle Street.
Newcastle last said goodbye to her adopted city in September 2004 with a 21-gun salute ordered by Commander Jeremy Blunden.
Blunden, chairman, president, and CEO, Provident Savings Bank, FSB, Riverside, California
Michaela Blunden, marketing director for Oriental Express Frozen Foods, predicted the new range would rack up sales of 9m [pounds sterling] within the first year.
Commanding Officer Jeremy Blunden said: "The decision to withdraw the ship from service was not unexpected, but is sad since Newcastle is a fine ship with a fine ship's company.
CHILLING: (Above, from left) Steve Dhaliwal, Jeanne Abdrazak, Sophie Blunden, Claire Sloan and Cherese Mohammed enjoy a drink together at the Litten Tree