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Blunden

(ˈblʌndən)
n
(Biography) Edmund (Charles). 1896–1974, British poet and scholar, noted esp for Undertones of War (1928), a memoir of World War I in verse and prose
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SFRS chief officer Martin Blunden said: "We continue to lead the way in Scotland's public sector by proposing to do so much more for our communities - it is absolutely vital that those same communities have their say on how we propose to do that.
In "The Ancre at Hamel: Afterwards" Blunden recounts his return to the site of a devastating battle above "this sighing river":
Willoughby A suffered a six-wicket reverse at Division Three leaders Preston Capes after skipper Karl Harland (56) - supplemented by Stuart Hall (40) and Simon Blunden (37) - had led them to a respectable 238-8.
These have included the reissue in 1983 of The Art of Judgment and publication of Human Systems are Different, both by Harper & Row; and the Open Systems Group's publication, also by Harper & Row, of The Vickers Papers in 1984, all of these at the instigation of the Open University's Professor Geoff Peters and Professor Margaret Blunden.
Jane Blunden, author of The Definitive Guide to Mongolia, who will be looking after the ambassador during his stay, said: ``It will give the event a terrific flavour.
Andy Blunden, For Ethical Politics Heidelberg Press, 2003
Twenty years after the death of the poet Edmund Blunden in 1974, his widow Clara asked Anthony Rota to help her with the sale of his library.
Camera (Deluxe color), Vernon Layton; editor, Christopher Blunden; music, Stephen Warbeck; production designer, Grenville Horner; costume designers, Nigel Egerton, Anja Mai; Sound (Dolby), Colin Nicolson; stunt coordinator, Gareth Milne; assistant director, Max Keene; casting, Carrie Hilton, Mindy Marin.
Ohio's oldest modern dance ensemble has moved forward since founder Jeraldyne Blunden's death three years ago--Artistic Director Kevin Ward has shifted the repertoire away from the classic African American works that built DCDC's reputation.
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The Queen made the decision after royal chefs Hughie Jones and Richard Blunden wrote to Master of the Royal Household Sir Simon Cooper suggesting that instead of receiving a Christmas gift, the money should go to a cancer charity.
"As an editor, it has always disappointed me that these great photos have disappeared into our archives," said Peter Blunden, Melbourne Herald Sun editor, at the May 20 launch of the service during a trade show in his paper's home city.