Back in 1962, a Reader's Digest article foretold a future where, by the year 2002, transport trucks would be museum pieces and the world traveled at blindingly
fast speeds in, among other things, pneumatic-powered transports.
It was such a blindingly
brilliant tip that I couldn't see well enough while writing it.
"It worked," says Klitzner, "and people are astounded because it is so blindingly
The C-320's a perfect choice to defeat the fiery lizardry It's built like a brick but it's blindingly
quick thanks to German engineering wizardry.
It varies from the mathematically bewildering (to most architects, I suspect) to the blindingly
obvious (the daylight and view aspects of a Venetian blind, for example).
Acting out in the liberating no-time suggested by the movie's title (August 32 is followed by August 33, etc.), the two crazy kids land in Salt Lake City and get taxied out to vast, blindingly
white flats that would put a damper on any kind of sex.
For [exists]TIHW, the six-part suite Ann Carlson offered during Christmastime, the performer and choreographer turned the black-box surround of Dance Theater Workshop into a blindingly
bright white space (visual installation by Todd Gilens, lighting by Philip W.
The hard barren slab could get blindingly
hot in the summer.
obvious that the killer of tragic footballer Shaun Woodburn deserves a longer sentence.
Mr Johnson tried to defend himself yesterday, insisting that once he had written both pro- and anti-EU articles, he could see it was "blindingly
obvious" that he would back Brexit.
OMETIMES the blindingly
obvious isn't blindingly
obvious to people.
I CAN'T remember when surveys started making it big in newspapers but nowadays few days go by without another one reminding us of the blindingly