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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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And, bluntly, nothing I have seen so far in this debate suggests to me we will find a better solution than the one which has been proposed.
He just told her very bluntly that it was incurable and she broke down and thought it was the end.
But then at a critically romantic stage, the expert seducer bluntly asked: 'Why do you think your career's gone so quiet?
Barely visible through the cracks of a large wooden barrier built from pallets salvaged from the streets of North Philadelphia, the monumental image rather bluntly symbolized both the desire for escape and its depressing futility.
Bluntly written, prizing honesty over flowery language, the poems are crafted from the grit of human experience and offer a clear reflection of harsh reality.
Rail's just horrible; it's enough to make you cry," one ferrous shipper says bluntly.
To blame this extraordinary measure on the runaway success of the fine new Bullring development is, bluntly, insulting.
The states sometimes did this bluntly by printing their own newspapers or forcing editors of semi-official newspapers to take a pro-government stance.
To put it bluntly,Canada Dock is a dump, a vast version of Steptoe's yard with mountains of scrap metal and,as for the aromas wafting around the area.
Despite all the talk of a learning curve, the England midfielder bluntly insisted that nothing less than Champions League qualification will be good enough.
To state it bluntly, my whole family just didn't want me to be a sister," she wrote in her 1997 memoirs, Other Little Ships.