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a participant in a blind date (someone you meet for the first time when you have a date with them)

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a date with a stranger

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My mom] and Bruce [Jenner] met on a blind date - and they've been married now [for] 20 years.
The picker makes their date choices based purely on a three course menu that the blind dates have devised to entice them.
MY cousin has invited me to go on a blind date with a friend of hers, but my divorce three years ago has made me nervous of meeting new people.
MATCHMAKER: Cilla Black sends more lovebirds on a Blind Date (ITV, 7.
Secretary Emma, 22, says: "I'd scoffed at blind dates and thought they could never lead to a lasting romance.
The couple met after being set up on a blind date by Phillip's sister, who worked with Miriam at Childrens Hospital.
BLIND DATE returns with a brand new series and the same formula which made the show cult television and turned "the decision is yours" into a household phrase.
With CrazyBlindDate, we aim to get daters out from behind their computer screens and out on real, live blind dates.
Following a Blind Date game show format, borrowers make their book selection by reading short descriptions, as if they were choosing their ideal partner.
Over the last three weeks viewers have followed Irish people on blind dates in Stockholm, Hamburg and Copenhagen.
COMEDY performer Ben Miller gets the chance to do some straight acting in this dark thriller about love, murder and blind dates.
Singles Can Schedule Blind Dates at Virtually a Moment's Notice; National Rollout Begins Today
THERE'S only one rule about blind dates - never go on them.
Called "Flirting by Blind Date," Hands-On Mobile's latest product gives viewers of NBC Universal's popular Blind Date program the opportunity to set up blind dates of their own.