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She clung to him, unable to release herself, and he sat, half supporting her in his arms, as he gazed with unseeing eyes at the blur of the great city across the bay.
The dull blur in front of us resolved itself now clearly enough into the dainty Aurora.
In it existed those human forms which supplied the sculptor with his models of Hercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in the streets of modern cities, wherein the face is a confused blur of features, but composed of incorrupt, sharply defined and symmetrical features, whose eye-sockets are so formed that it would be impossible for such eyes to squint and take furtive glances on this side and on that, but they must turn the whole head.
asked Margaret, for there was a long pause--a pause that was somehow akin to the flicker of the fire, the quiver of the reading-lamp upon their hands, the white blur from the window; a pause of shifting and eternal shadows.
The trees and houses still moved past him in the same indistinguishable blur.
When you move rapidly, I experience a bewildering succession of blurs.
And now he is apologising to the Aussie fans he had let down when Blur withdrew from BDO.
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AN exhibition celebrating the careers of Britpop legends Blur is to go on show here next month.
24 ( ANI ): English rock bands Blur and Oasis left behind their enmity to perform together at Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig in Royal Albert Hall, London, on Friday.
Whether it's barnstorming big gigs with Blur, getting arty with opera or going ape with Gorillaz, he gives it everything.
AFTER a busy year, squeezed between Dr Dee and Africa Express, Damon Albarn, pictured, and co took Blur back on the road, with a new single in tow, especially for the Olympics closing celebration.