blind fold


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blind fold

- Worn by the Greek statue for justice so she cannot see the bribes being offered to her, hence, blind justice.
See also related terms for offer.
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You will need a large cut-out or picture of a reindeer without its nose, a red circle or pom pom, blind fold, blue-tac and a marker to write down where each player places the tail.
I was very interested in starting it here as well, but since it was logistically very hard to implement here, we decided to blind fold our guests.
Your friends will have fun try1 g on the blind fold to see if they can see.
Identification parade is very difficult in many rape cases that the accused either blind fold the victim or blind fold himself or themselves.
I sat there stunned at his choice of conversation, so I put on my blind fold and attempted to sleep through the entire flight.
Part of my training to become a warrior driver included having to drive blind fold with someone on the headset telling you where to go.
I made so many wrong decisions, I could have walked backwards into a job with the NHS wearing a blind fold.
The all-male Daleys Denis batch included Magical You Kay, Alf Aromayo, Blind As A Bat, Blind Fold and Blind Spot.
The head, wearing a turban and blind fold, was discovered by 14-year-old Emma Clarke.
Palestinian children, who are tried in Israeli military courts, are denied their right to a fair trial, frequently detained in solitary confinement, subjected to strip-searches, hand-ties, blind folds, physical violence, verbal abuse, intimidation, and are interrogated without a lawyer or their parents present.
This 80" long blind folds quickly for easy setup or storage.
The blind folds in half and has backpack straps for long hauls, and there's a heavy-duty dragging handle too.