References in periodicals archive ?
We see it with our organisations who pay lip-service to democracy and yet refuse to take the blindest bit of notice when an overwhelming number of voters say otherwise.
It's a nice sentiment, but it won't make the blindest difference.
It's a fair amount of time but it doesn't make the blindest bit of difference, except that he's got the energy to get up in the middle of the night to do the baby, which is fantastic.
The result of Godolphin's Emirates Dubai World Cup trial at Nad Al Sheba earlier this month is not printed on the pages of the form book, but the four-year-old and Hills proved it worthy of the blindest faith as he took the world's richest race, carrying a total purse of Pounds 1,807,229, in track record time.
But Labour's Ian Austin labelled Putin as "an unreconstructed KGB thug and gangster who murders his opponents" and that "nothing announced today will make the blindest bit of difference".
Australia have been quite sublime and only the blindest of optimists would have forecast an England victory at the outset.
And a reassuring sight late in the afternoon was that of Robin Cook and his son having a chat and a cuppa and nobody paying them the blindest bit of notice.
Then I realised that nobody was paying the blindest bit of notice anyway and that my paranoia was completely unfounded.
Go-slows on the M4 or blockades at refineries won't make the blindest bit of difference.
The fact there is any kind of record at all is something to get excited about, a company can spend millions on a conventional advertising campaign and not actually know whether anyone was paying the blindest bit of attention.
The singer, 27, explains: "Sometimes the ones who have sight are the blindest.