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blunt

Forensics
Referring to an object—in particular one used to strike blows against a person—which causes flatter wounds with broader regional tissue damage than that caused by a sharp object.
 
Medspeak
See Blunt dissection.
 
Vox populi
Curt, frank, coarse, rude, brusque, candid.

blunt

(blŭnt)
1. Of surgical instruments, having a smooth or rounded end.
2. Having no sharp angles, edges, or points.
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It's like she gives them no time to think," Blunt said.
There were 66 paediatric blunt abdominal trauma patients [48 were male and 18 were female].
Hathaway has developed a good friendship with Blunt after working together on the movie, and she also became good friends with Jessica Chastain after working on "Interstellar."
Former investigations on spiked blunt bodies usually focused on the formation and stability of the separation zone.
He explained: "We have a competition to see whose pizza sells the most over a winter season and James Blunt has won it every time.
Results: A total of 317 patients with blunt abdominal trauma underwent emergency US with FAST technique.
In this study, we present the case of a 35-year-old male patient with full-thickness isolated ileal perforation after a blunt trauma who was diagnosed and treated in a delayed fashion.
"I stole his bottle of Corona and there was 20 people in the crowd and he went on to sell 20 million records, which is alright, isn't it?" Blunt claimed: "That's where you got the herpes from, mate."
Speaking of Blunt's career achievements, Variety executive editor Steven Gaydos notes, "Moving effortlessly and effectively between blockbusters like 'Edge of Tomorrow,' critically acclaimed comedies like 'Devil Wears Prada' and urgent, topical tales like this year's awards season contender, 'Sicario,' Emily Blunt has quickly emerged as one of international cinema's most versatile, accomplished and popular actresses."
While heading across the States to start again as a golf pro, he picks up the nervy Mike (Blunt), who's recovering from an overdose of cough syrup.
Blunt, the 31-year-old British actress known from "The Devil Wears Prada,'' says it's typical of her co-star.
Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise at a photocall for their new film 'Edge of Tomorrow,' where a part is being filmed in Trafalgar Square, background, in London (AP Photo / John Stillwell/PA)