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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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"Rockie" Blunt Jr., 85, of Kings Point, Shrewsbury, award winning police reporter and renowned author, died Thursday, Feb.10, in UMass Memorial Medical Center after an illness.
Despite being a tiny, sort of junky contraption in a sea of dog crap, Hellbow, as it was known, was in all the magazines and the pros flocked to it to learn hot new moves like the ollie blunt and the feeble spine transfer.
Firefighters praised Richard Allsup for his bravery in rescuing Michael Blunt, owner of Blunt Shoes, which has stores across the Midlands.
It is taken for granted throughout that it is unnecessary to mention Blunts career as a spy or his eventual disgrace, including the annulment of his knighthood.
Blunt would be the leading candidate to move up if DeLay is bounced.
Sheldon Blunt needs a new financial plan to help recover from a financial setback, shore up his retirement funds, and care for his aging parents
hunting blunts, wooden arrows (so you don't destroy the ball), and a playground ball.
The use of "blunt" cigars, particularly the brand Phillies Blunts, is an example of pop culture appropriation.
Building on the $2.55 billion increase for opioid-related programs in the FY2018 Labor/HHS funding bill, the FY2019 bill provides $3.7 billion for opioid-related programs, marking a $3.5 billion increase under Blunts chairmanship.
Blunt was the author of four books, "The Blunts: A History," tracing his family to medieval England and 12 generations in New England; "Inside the Battle of the Bulge, A private Comes of Age," "Foot Soldier: A Combat Infantryman's War in Europe," and "Police Beat," relating his law enforcement-related career.
The Blunt-led, Senate-passed FY2019 Labor/HHS appropriations bill provides $3.7 billion for opioid-related programs, marking nearly a 1300 percent increase under Blunts chairmanship.