blench


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to draw away involuntarily, usually out of fear or disgust

Synonyms for blench

turn pale, as if in fear

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Cressida glosses "lesser blench at sufferance than I do"
Darren Byron (26), of The Meadows, Nottingham, was found guilty at Nottingham Crown Court of the murder of Kyra Blench in January last year.
Michael Blench, regional officer of the GMB union, said SSI is in a "very precarious" position, adding: "They are awaiting a decision from the main board on whether to keep Redcar as a going concern or whether to mothball it.
Michael Blench, an officer for the GMB, said: "The main reason for today is to keep up the pressure on Sita and Sembcorp, who are the landlords of the site.
Playing alongside Greg are Tommy Rand (lead guitar and vocals), Dave Blench (bass and vocals) and Anth Welsh (drums).
Environment Agency's Richard Cove with Ceiriog fly fishers Ben Kelly, David Blench and Len Hewittson releasing grayling Pic: HADYN IBALL
But the monopoly is under constant siege, mainly in the past from internal illegal bookmakers, who were stamped on when caught with a ferocity that would make all good BOLA members blench.
And Micky Blench, regional organiser for the GMB, said: "Our work-ur workforce feel that they are being undercut and missing out on jobs on their doorsteps and that Sita and its subcontractors have ignored the quality of skills in the region.
Tommy's owners - Andrew Blench, aged 41 and Alison Cook, 42, had no idea who or why the horse was attacked.
Last night Macy Jackson, Layton Longstaff, Imogen Hearn, Alexa Nischal, Jaye Tait and Mason Blench enjoyed a dream come true after winning VIP access to the show at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena.
Mikaela Keller, Michael Blench, Herman Tolentino, Clark C.
MICKY Blench walks slowly up the steep street leading from the shipyard.
Recognizing this stat of affairs, Sagart (senior research, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France), Blench (an independent scholar and consultant working in international development), and Sanchez-Mazas (population genetics, U.
Mason Blench, three, from Bedlington, Northumberland, was crowned Chronicle Prince for the same category, pipping runners-up Danny Dobson and Alexander Stuart McCafferty-Hall to the post.