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blunt

(blunt) having a thick or dull edge or point; not sharp.

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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The subject was the British art historian and Soviet spy Anthony Blunt (1907-1983), one of the infamous "Cambridge Five," the quintet of intellectual traitors responsible for numerous crimes in the interest of Communism.
Presentations on Blunt as an architectural historian, and a general overview of his efforts as an art historian, preceded the Green disquisition on Picasso.
According to The Sword and the Shield, the authoritative 1999 account by Christopher Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin, Anthony Blunt was recruited into the Soviet secret police, i.
The Washington Post ran with that one during the first week of May, noting that Blunt and DeLay took hundreds of trips on corporate jets to and from Washington in the 2001-2004 period.
Blunt was on at least 10 of those flights, according to the company.
And let us not forget that the younger Blunt lists FedEx among his clients.
But because of the $2,000 annual contribution limit to a Roth RIA, Blunt says his primary financial concern is to find another way to reduce his taxable income.
Blunt is still banking on the fact that once he finally acquires his master's, he will see his salary climb.
Blunt, a world traveler, was an underwater cinematographer, diving on ship wrecks in Lake Huron, and photographing coral formations in the Caribbean and off South America and the Manatee migration in Florida.
Blunt, a well-known historian of World War II, lectured on police-media relations at Clark University, Anna Maria College, Wachusett Community College, Quinsigamond Community College, and on World War II at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the Military Academy at West Point.
Instead he bafflingly invited Rees to lunch with him and Blunt, and saw to it, probably at Blunts instigation, that there was no investigation.
Disbelief is the instinctive reaction to the double life of Anthony Blunt.