it was "blindingly
obvious" he should back Brexit after writing his pro-EU article
"It should have been blindingly
obvious that advertising the right to vote for PS3 would lead to the problems they now face - Labour could learn something from the UKIP internal rulebook.
She's 35 and desperate to get married and have a family - and that is blindingly
obvious from the moment she meets a man.
The resulting bags range from some blindingly
sparkling evening clutches to the most bizarre looking ornamental bags, which come in shapes like an owl or a cat - a definite case of more money then sense!
Why not?' Well, aside from the blindingly
obvious reason that I prefer life over death, I didn't realize I was making fun of Christianity this week...."
I am surprised, in light of these findings that these blindingly
daft drivers can actually read their insurance renewal quotes.
It should have been blindingly
obvious to anybody - anyone but a British holidaymaker, that is.
That of course is blindingly
obvious once someone has explained it.
Why, on September 11, 2001, did this air defense system uniquely--repeatedly--fail, even after the first plane hit the World Trade Center and it was blindingly
apparent that we were under attack?
The outfit touts the antebellum South as a righteous society and favors the reintroduction of some forms of slavery (it's sanctioned in the Bible, Reconstructionists say)--which may explain the blindingly
monochrome audience at the gathering.
Being in that close to the ship, the flames from the fire would be blindingly
bright in our night vision goggles, and it would be extremely hard to maintain a steady hover.
Indeed, it was odd to see an artist who has generally employed any material means necessary in his mordantly funny quest for the blindingly
obvious--his oftrepeated message being, more or less, that we're all gonna die--turn to the most conventional medium of all.
At which point, in a sudden flash of the blindingly
obvious, I realized that advertising was not for me.
Being in a state of sin often means being in a simultaneous state of blindness--being literally unable to see the living truths so blindingly
obvious to those who, through regular reception of both the sacraments of Penance and the Holy Eucharist, try to remain in a state of grace.
The one that most Americans don't really know much about is file one in which the cute young Australian soap opera star appears on the European music scene in 1987 and goes straight to the top of England's pop charts with a cheery little song called "I Should Be So Lucky," perhaps the most blindingly
happy song about romantic failure that decade would produce.