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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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He continued and stated bluntly that the benefits of the oil and gas production were not trickling down, rather, 'we are facing serious consequences as a result of hosting the production of the commodity.'
WASHINGTON: The White House Monday bluntly warned Israel that its occupation of Palestinian territories must end, dismissing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to take back controversial campaign pledges.
"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.
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Cross-examiningWilliams, who is married to his second wife, prosecutor Eugene Egan suggested: "I put it to you bluntly you used your coat as a type of mattress and your DNA also got onto her clothing when you removedher underwear and sexually assaulted her."
This was bluntly put by the ecumenical patriarch Vartolomej who said that the problem of "the church seated in Skopje" must be solved.
There is no real sense of actual gaming and to put it bluntly, Nintendo's own Wii Fit simply leaves poor Jillian huffing and puffing in its wake.
Elseneer was approached soon after he qualified for the 2005 tournament and told 'bluntly in my face' that he could make 100 times more than his first round cheque for giving up the match.
He told BBC Radio Five's Sportsweek: "I think he owes Newcastle quite a lot, I'll put it as bluntly as that.
When I asked him why, he bluntly stated: "Orders from the Vatican."
Scott Baxter, owner of Great Salt Lake Adventures, located 20 minutes south of Ogden, puts it bluntly. "I live in an area where many people enjoy the outdoors and, to a large degree, exploit the outdoors," he says.
Perhaps more misguided Religious Right types will wake up to the fact that they've been had; that, to put it bluntly, they've been seduced and abandoned.