blunk


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blunk

(blʌŋk)
vb (tr)
dialect Scot to ruin, mismanage, or spoil
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Jones, in his criticism of Ian Parri, claims that Mr Blunk ett's requests for in comers to speak English at home were aimed onl y at families mov-ing t o England ( Letters, October 4).
"Our goal," says NEFA executive director Samuel Miller, "is to sustain dance by supporting artist/presenter partnerships through funding that acknowledges the link between making and showing work." The emphasis is not just on new work, but on ensuring audience access, says deputy director Rebecca Blunk.
"Dance depends on touring activities," says Blunk. "It makes sense that regional organizations take on a portion of the national challenge."
Rattled Roland Blunk has had his name spelled wrongly so often that he has had them framed around his restaurant.
British Telecom call him R Blink and the taxman wrote to him as Poland Blunk.
"I had half a mind to say sorry, not known," Mr Blunk, owner of the Swan House in Beccles, Suffolk, said yesterday.