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Blair

 (blâr), Anthony Charles Lynton Known as "Tony." Born 1953.
British lawyer, politician, and Labour Party leader who served as prime minister (1997-2007). His administration was marked by economic growth, a peace agreement between factions in Northern Ireland, and participation in the US-led invasion (2003) of Iraq.

Blair

, Bonnie Born 1964.
American speed skater who won five Olympic gold medals: three in the 500-meters (1988, 1992, and 1994) and two in the 1,000-meters (1992 and 1994).

Blair

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(Biography) Tony, full name Anthony Charles Lynton Blair. born 1953, British politician; leader of the Labour Party (1994–2007); prime minister (1997–2007); Middle East peace envoy from 2007

Blair

(blɛər)
n.
Anthony Charles Lynton (Tony), born 1953, British political leader: prime minister since 1997.
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Noun1.Blair - British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)
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"We'll come out at Blair Park in ten minutes," one of the men announced.
But Swiftwater Bill failed to see why he should not go into Oakland by way of Blair Park, and so decided.
We whacked this up, shared it, and sometimes loaned all of what was left of it when one of us needed it for some more gorgeous girl- adventure, such as car-fare out to Blair's Park and back--twenty cents, bang, just like that; and ice-cream for two--thirty cents; or tamales in a tamale-parlour, which came cheaper and which for two cost only twenty cents.
Blair's store over at Carmody that he meant to sow his turnip seed the next afternoon.
How can two sermons a week, even supposing them worth hearing, supposing the preacher to have the sense to prefer Blair's to his own, do all that you speak of?
The "Annual Register," the "Gentleman's Magazine," "Blair's Sermons," and "Hume and Smollett." From year's end to year's end he never took one of these volumes from the shelf; but there was no member of the family that would dare for his life to touch one of the books, except upon those rare Sunday evenings when there was no dinner-party, and when the great scarlet Bible and Prayer-book were taken out from the corner where they stood beside his copy of the Peerage, and the servants being rung up to the dining parlour, Osborne read the evening service to his family in a loud grating pompous voice.
Then I used to have drawing-lessons; and there were several other books we either read or learned out of,--English Poetry, and Horae Pauline and Blair's Rhetoric, the last half."
Blair Stanley, who sent it to us all the way from Europe at the request of his daughter.
The word 'nicest,' as you used it, did not suit him; and you had better change it as soon as you can, or we shall be overpowered with Johnson and Blair all the rest of the way."
Three-year-old Blair Jennings suffers from conditions including a cleft palate, epilepsy, sleep apnoea, hip dysplasia, glaucoma and hearing difficulties.
The Court of Appeals has disbarred a College Park lawyer who is no stranger to controversy.<br />In a 4-3 decision Friday, the state's highest court disbarred Walter Lloyd Blair for violating several Maryland Lawyers' Rules of Professional Conduct after he "concocted and executed a scheme" to launder drug money he got from a client, engaged in witness tampering, lied to the IRS and failed to file federal income tax returns.<br />"Here, in light of the dishonest and criminal nature of Blair's misconduct, the number of instances of misconduct, and the egregiousness of the conduct, compelling extenuating circumstances would be necessary to preclude disbarment," Judge Shirley M.