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Synonyms for blear

Synonyms for blear

make dim or indistinct


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tired to the point of exhaustion

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Labour leader Ed Miliband said: "Hazel Blears has been a brilliant MP, always fighting for those in most need.
One might similarly ask Ms Blears, why wasn't the Prime Minister at Downing Street within hours of the beginning of the riots?
Ms Blears said neither she nor any other election candidate was in a position to vet all the individuals who volunteer to help during a campaign.
E x -C o m m u n i t i e s Secretary Mrs Blears, who quit the Government over the expenses scandal last year, said: "I can see myself pulling pints.
Here, Blears was doing her best to ignore a stalker - Panorama reporter Emeka Onono - but she still managed to be annoying (she didn't talk much, but did plenty of humming).
Mr Blears announced he would be stepping down as senior partner in July, to be replaced by Birmingham Post columnist and head of the energy team Andrew Whitehead.
According to The Independent, the windscreen of the Citroen Xsara Picasso was smashed and all four tyres slashed while Blears knocked on doors in Weaste, Greater Manchester, police said.
Ms Greenwood, an administrator for the department for children, schools and families (DCSF), was furious after Ms Blears - accused of dodging capital gains tax - waved around a cheque for pounds 13,000 that she announced she was repaying.
Ms Blears said: ''The absolute priority for me now is to be a bread and butter champion for the people of Salford, to go out there and campaign for Labour.
Now we have the hideous sight of Blears bleating she didn't mean it.
Blears quit cabinet after a showdown with the Prime Minister, who had singled her out for criticism over her expenses.
In her first interview since the dramatic departure last week, Ms Blears tried to defuse anger by insisting that the move was not part of a plot to oust the Prime Minister..
In her first interview since her dramatic departure, Ms Blears tried to defuse anger by insisting the move was not part of a plot to oust Gordon Brown.
According to reports, the email states: "We are writing now because we believe that in the current political circumstances you can best serve the interests of the Labour Party by stepping down as Prime Minister." Brown was accused of losing command of his Cabinet after Communities Secretary Hazel Blears quit.
Dawud Abdullah, deputy secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain said he will sue Hazel Blears, secretary of state for communities, for vilifying him in the media after talks between the cabinet minister and MCB on Friday did not resolve their differences.