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blindfold

Chess not seeing the board and pieces

blindfold

worn by personification of justice. [Art: Hall, 183]
See: Justice
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Sunil said blindfolded painting helps people understand their problems and face them.
This test was conducted in two phases- (1) With eyes open and (2) Blindfolded.
Feed that to the average six-year-old, blindfolded or otherwise, and you're going to end up with it flung back in your face.
Doing the abseil from a building of this size while blindfolded is a brave move.
57 seconds before Dynamo attempted to beat the time - blindfolded and with parts of the track set on fire, and with Coulthard in the passenger seat.
She says: "I have never blindfolded any contributors before but I have been making art and cultural films for the past 15 years mainly for the BBC and Channel 4, so I was well equipped to deal with artists.
The child to be blindfolded for the ceremony will be selected by the interim head of the Church, Father Pachomius, from among 12 altar boys aged from five to eight already chosen for the purpose.
The fundraising challenge up Snowdon will see 15 members of staff from the Joint Service Mountain Training Centre Indefatigable trek to the top of the mountain while blindfolded on Saturday.
Now, just six weeks on, the boys hope to raise money by walking up the mountain blindfolded for the same charity Stephen helped before he was dispatched to the war zone in March.
The blindfolded football tournament, sponsored by Sainsbury''s, is being held in tribute to PC Rathband, and is inspired by the disability he suffered before his death earlier this year.
If Kiran Bedi says the Prime Minister is blindfolded, what is wrong in that?
In "The Defiant Ones/To The Gallows" (2011), for example, two blindfolded golf bags hug a central figure, also blindfolded.