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blin

(blɪn)
adj
a Scot word for blind

blin

- As in blini and blintze, it is Russian for "pancake."
See also related terms for pancake.
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Indeed, I feel quite sure, from the cut of his clothes, they are made by a first-rate Paris tailor -- probably Blin or Humann.
Blin will continue to chair the Blancco audit committee and Rogerson, who currently chairs Bunzl Plc and De La Rue Plc, will chair Blancco's remuneration committee and join both the audit and nominations committees.
There's an urgent need to get it out into the remote areas, where conditions are far worse," says Ms Blin.
Professor BLIN gave an overview of his research at the Jean Barriol Institute in the field of physical and biomolecular chemistry and their applications in the environmental field.
Blin is the former executive chairman of accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers and it is understood the dissenting group have lined him up to perform a forensic investigation of Rangers' finances if successful in their bid to install him to the board.
Following the incident with Blin Osmani on Friday, a 16-year old Albanian girl was beaten Friday.
For Camille Blin, new design concepts grow out of very familiar things.
There are moving passages in the letters sent from Ireland, during the final illnesses of Beckett's mother in 1950, and his brother in 1954, and it is interesting to trace the evolution of friendships that were to prove key in his artistic life with Roger Blin, and his French and American publishers Jerome Lindon and Barney Rossett.
Ond mae yna gwpl o wynebau blin pan fo pobl yn sylweddoli eu bod nhw'n prynu eu stwff eu hunain yn fl
Ceir yma hanesion difyr am brofiadau'r teithwyr mewn tywydd garw, dreifars heb basio prawf gyrru yn nyddiau cynnar y cwmni, swyddogion ffiniau blin a llenorion yn barddoni am wibdeithiau di-ri.
of Queensland, Australia), Blin (learning innovation, Dublin City U.