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containing nothing

lacking intelligent thought or content

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a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing

a blank gap or missing part

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a piece of material ready to be made into something

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a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet

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keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning

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(of a surface) not written or printed on

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void of expression

not charged with a bullet

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In addition, the background concentration in the blank cartridge itself leads to cartridge-to-cartridge variation.
The best explosive charge of the blank cartridge was selected by gradient powder loading experiments.
uses a significantly larger case (actually derived from a blank cartridge used in nail guns for many years) that is longer and fatter and thus has much greater powder capacity.
A prop gun had been squib loaded, causing the blank cartridge to propel the bullet into Lee and kill him.
He was found with a copy of a Glock 9mm pistol, which could not fire live ammunition, one blank cartridge, and a live .22 rifle round - which he said was his "lucky bullet".
You also required a blank cartridge to propel the grenade and, obviously, you especially needed a grenade.
Decide the manner of death by two ball and one blank cartridge. This order is imperative & absolutely necessary for any chance of life.
When an unsuspecting mark blew into it, a .32 caliber blank cartridge exploded and a blast of flour hit him squarely in the face.
Police confirmed a blank cartridge could cause serious injury at close range.
The gun officers found was a BBM Bruni Gap, a blank cartridge self-loading pistol which had been converted to fire live9mmammunition and was loaded with live ammunition in the chamber and in a magazine.
The gun was never found but experts believe the firearm had been improvised from a blank cartridge revolver or air weapon.
On being loaded in the normal way, the 25 mm blank cartridge is fired, propelling the subcalibre projectile to maximum range of 520 metres (depending upon the type of blank cartridge use), while the training round is ejected to a range of only a few metres.
I always thought it was a blank cartridge that was fired, so I wonder where all these "shells" have landed over the years.
It has a range of 90 to 100 meters when fired at a 45-degree elevation angle using 5.56mm ball ammunition or the M195 grenade launching blank cartridge (DODAC 1330 G84), fired from an M16 rifle or M4 carbine.
This ain't the old "fast draw blank cartridge, how quickly can you make a loud noise" competition of yesteryear.