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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.
IN CHARGE: Judges Cherish Finden and Benoit Blin with presenters Liam Charles and Tom Allen
Reflecting on last year's event in Turkey which hosted 500 customers, Blin concluded: "following last year's event, we received very positive feedback from our customers; which led us to develop an even more interactive event this year.
In 1803, Billiart and Blin de Bourdon, together in obedience to Father Pere Joseph Varin, S.J., superior of the Fathers of Faith, conceived the foundation of the Institute of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur to assist poor children.
"We chose Kenya because of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda that has Universal Health Coverage as a key priority," Blin said.
Bruno Blin etait accompagne du Senior Vice-President de Renault Trucks International, Olivier de Saint Meleuc et du Vice-President de Renault Trucks Afrique, Cyril Barille.
Mae hi'n fwy tebyg y daw Geraint Thomas i'r steddfod, a gobeithio daw cyfle i'w longyfarch, ond yr un pryd oni ddylem atgoffa ein hunain i fod yn fwy blin am y llanast a'r sarhad o bob cyfeiriad.
The pair also bowled over the judges, Blin and Cherish Finden, with their miniature classics, a conversation tart and tart aux fruits.
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.
Edited by Ana Gimeno, Mike Levy, Francoise Blin, and David Barr
Blin Holdings are going through liquidation after Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) moved to have the business wound up in February.