blinder


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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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Blinder; "but certainly not so many as would have been if their father's calling had been different.
Blinder sat down to give herself a more favourable opportunity of recovering her breath, exhausted anew by so much talking before it was fully restored.
Blinder. We kissed Charley, and took her downstairs with us, and stopped outside the house to see her run away to her work.
Alfie greets Tommy by instructing his gang to stop searching the Peaky Blinder leader, and cheekily calls Tommy "little".
Both his kennel companions Clonbrien Prince and Lenson Blinder have huge pace but can they get the early runs to deliver their challenges?
There'll also be a few surprises during the night - some "authentic Peaky Blinder" moments which are sure to add to the ambiance.
THE brewery which produces Peaky Blinder ale has launched a themed bar at Solihull's Genting Arena which will open for big concerts.
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."
Authors Baumol and Blinder present readers with the thirteenth edition of their comprehensive textbook on the principles and policies of macroeconomics.
Not surprisingly, one of the report's authors is a well-known Democratic economist, Alan Blinder, a former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve now at Princeton.
Alban Blinder, one of the real true believers in the government crisis-management response of Keynesian economics and multiple federal bailouts, has now released After the Music Stopped, a book with his take on the recent financial crisis.
Alan Blinder's After the Music Stopped follows this pattern.
Blinder, previously served as Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and as a member of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers.