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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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However, Andreas Kramer, a member of Faculty of 1000 Medicine and leading expert in the field of critical care medicine, said that simply warming the skin with blanker could decrease shivering in many patients, without the need for drugs.
The major constituent parties of the Blue Coalition--the Union of Democratic Forces and the Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria--both offer English-language options, but the first is blank and the second is blanker.
However, to avoid the moral hazard problems associated with open-ended blanker guarantees and to avoid the creation of a mountain of contingent commitments on the books of GCC governments and their agencies, governments may need to explore the possibility of providing state guarantees on a commercial basis.
When you lie on a blanker on the ground, the Indian spirits talk to you.
Callum's mother used to work for Sephy's mother but they fell out leaving the Blanker family even worse off.
As economic necessity underlies much child labour, (88) blanker legal prohibitions may be impractical and ineffective.
I told them it was blanking ridiculous and that they needed to get the blanker fettled right away for an altogether more reasonable price.
The Texan has little experience away from the target-golf courses of America and he will probably be wearing an even blanker expression than usual throughout today's round.
Conversely, he associates "low" or "bad" erotica with the abandonment of psychology--and, by extension, of viewer identification with the heroine's psychosexual "journey'--in favor of a harder, blanker explicitness.
The top of all 2, 500 nails will be capped with steel plates while a steel mesh blanker will be attached to prevent any material falling onto the line.
1992; Vestbo and Rasmussen 1992; Prendergast, Beal, and Williams 1993; Walsh 1994, Blanker et al.
Kenyatta looks up at the ceiling; Delores stares down her breasts; Jasmine's gaze is blanker than ever, and directed at the magazine's cover.
But if you'd have asked them the rules or even to name any other player than Wor Jonny or Martin Johnson, they would have looked at you with blanker eyes than usual.