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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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During a (http://collider.com/rahul-kohli-supergirl-season-2-interview/#images) Facebook Live Q&A with fans earlier this month, McIver was also asked if he would like to see Ravi and Liv to get together, and her answer couldn't be blunter. "No, not a chance," the Kiwi actress said.
Ellis said he had opposed Measure 97, a much larger and blunter gross receipts tax that voters overwhelmingly rejected in November.
Since goals from Shane Long or Jay Rodriguez are rare these days, Saints would be blunter if the ex-Napoli man cannot lead the line.
Were this a New York Times article about a faraway continent, for example, we'd be blunter. "Alt-right" is just another term for racist.
The vehicle features a blunter front end, narrower headlights, wider rear taillights and an interior with more soft-touch materials used throughout its cabin, Ford's latest SYNC 3 infotainment system, lane departure warning and traffic sign recognition.
The title of Cathleen Schine's new novel riffs on Philip Larkin's poem "This Be the Verse," which explores the inevitability of parent-child dysfunction (though Larkin used much blunter language).
But the governor had done the By Piyush Srivastava in Lucknow blunter by that time.
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Other officials in the euro zone, speaking to Reuters on condition of anonymity, were blunter. One called the Greek remarks "nonsense".
lokonensis' teeth is thicker and the points are blunter. The shape of the premolars is also more similar to that of hippo relatives that roamed Uganda about 21 million years ago.
Rio daily O Dia was even blunter in its assessment after a win over opponents reduced to ten men following a red card for Juan Cuadrado just after the interval for fouling, inevitably, Neymar.
Using blunter, more forceful language than the reports that underpin it, the new draft highlights the urgency of the risks likely to be intensified by continued emissions of heat-trapping gases, primarily carbon dioxide released by the burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas.