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blush

1. a reddish or pinkish tinge
2. a cloudy area on the surface of freshly applied gloss paint
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Neither player was particularly sharp on a cool, blustery day at the National Tennis Center, but Mauresmo proved too powerful from the baseline as she hammered 36 winners to 15 for Rubin.
With time, the showers will focus on western areas and southern coasts but become heavy, blustery and perhaps thundery, leaving eastern parts with the best of the afternoon sunshine.
Talking about today's weather in a post on their website, Met Eireann said: "Wednesday will blustery and showery with good sunny spells but some showers are likely to turn heavy.
The second half opened with some lively end-to-end play, Sunderland's Kelly McDougall curled the ball from the edge of the box, but Nokes did well to hold on in the blustery conditions.
After a brief respite last night, the blustery conditions are set to return in earnest today, with some parts of Wales on high alert after the Met Office issued a severe weather warning for most of today.
NAVAL HERO: Today's photo is of Collingwood Monument on a sunny, blustery day, sent in by Glen Johnson
She leads fellow Briton Kitty King from Chippenham, who was last to go with Boondoggle on a blustery first day by 5.3 penalties.
But with the blustery conditions easing slightly for the afternoon starters, Siem reached the turn in a flawless 36, while Wilson made his move with two gains in three holes at the start of his second circuit.
Murray was broken at the start of the first set and never recovered, losing 6-2 6-2 to the third seed in under an hour in blustery conditions.
Playing off 16 on a blustery day, James blew the rest of the field away as he won by four points from 22-handicapper Trevor Lammy while Kev Evans (+18) carded 32 points to fill the minor berth.
In the meantime Westmeath racked up the scores and led 1-5 to 0-3 at the break with Brendan Murtagh, Andrew Mitchell and Dan Carthy, 1-3 for the day, outstanding in the blustery conditions.
In Hot Water Cecil is called upon to read in a variety of accents in order to capture the tonal nuances of an American safecracker, the blustery American senator, the haughty, wealthy American wife, a young French nobleman, and various Englishman.