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Mills got in touch with Blunt at once and put the suggestion before him.
As to Captain Blunt - I suspect that, at the time, he was thinking of nothing else.
But as his chief aim consisted not in carrying out his design, but in proving to himself that he would not abandon his intention and was doing all he could to achieve it, Pierre hastily took the blunt jagged dagger in a green sheath which he had bought at the Sukharev market with the pistol, and hid it under his waistcoat.
At first Pierre did not realize what these men, who were dragging something out, were about; but seeing before him a Frenchman hitting a peasant with a blunt saber and trying to take from him a fox-fur coat, he vaguely understood that looting was going on there, but he had no time to dwell on that idea.
She was one of those big, overpowering women, with blunt manners, voluble tongues, and goggle eyes, who carry everything before them.
Hardyman continued the conversation in his blunt, resolute way.
Addressing Ferrari's wife, with his usual blunt good-humour, in these terms, Mr.
Tildy with the blunt nose, the hay-coloured hair, the freckled skin, the bag-o'-meal figure, had never had an admirer.
But behind the convenient screen Tildy had thrown herself flat upon a table among the butter chips and the coffee cups, and was sobbing her heart out--out and back again to the grey plain wherein travel they with blunt noses and hay-coloured hair.
The senior Blunts could sell their property to their son, who could take out a loan to pay them back in one lump sum, or he could make monthly payments.
hunting blunts, wooden arrows (so you don't destroy the ball), and a playground ball.