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Synonyms for blinder

blind consisting of a leather eyepatch sewn to the side of the halter that prevents a horse from seeing something on either side

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Hit period gangster show Peaky Blinders has spawned fashion ranges, memorabilia and even tourist tours.
The new Peaky Blinders pub opens in Liverpool IT'S the stunning new Peaky Blinders bar - a must for fans of the hit Brummie gangster series.
The Peaky Blinder spirits range also features an Irish whiskey, which is Tommy's drink of choice in the show, and a black spiced rum.
The company said: "The result of Black Country determination and hard graft, Sadler's Peaky Blinder spirits will give a true taste of the time.
After the first series in 2014, which stars actor Cillian Murphy as gangster Thomas Shelby, the brewery launched a Peaky Blinder beer.
Authors Baumol and Blinder present readers with the thirteenth edition of their comprehensive textbook on the principles and policies of macroeconomics.
More interesting, Blinder and Watson don't credit the Democratic advantage to superior policies.
More recently Blinder has held what might be called the "Al Hunt seat" as an opinion writer for the Wall Street Journal, playing the role of big-government advocate, regularly motivating dozens of disapproving readers to unleash a torrent of critical letters to the editor every time he appears on the Opinion page.
The writing was finished in late 2012, and as of that time Blinder found it necessary to report that the Dodd-Frank Act, the U.
Blinder, previously served as Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and as a member of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers.
Just Gilbert, racing for the five-box, was the pensioner of the group, with Carneys Racer, trap six, a year younger, while Barrhill Blinder wore the two jacket to represent the 2005 generation.
Caption: This is Washington DC in the year 2108, according to visionaries at Blinder Belle, which has been selected as a regional winner of the City of the Future competition, part of the History Channel's Cities of the Underworld series.
Former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Alan Blinder hopes the U.
Sadly, in my now older (I'll defer to others on the wiser part) years, unless we've had an absolute blinder of a campaign, June and July bring a welcome break to recharge the enthusiasm for next time.