from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Blair, Anthony Charles Lynton Known as "Tony” Born 1953. British lawyer, politician, and Labour Party leader who served as prime minister (1997-2007).
- Blair, Bonnie Born 1964. American speed skater who won five Olympic gold medals: three in the 500-meters (1988, 1992, and 1994) and two in the 1,000-meters (1992 and 1994).
- Blair, John 1732-1800. American jurist who was a member of the Constitutional Convention (1787) and served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1789-1796).
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)
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I never asked to be "Camp Mother" (as Blair calls me!) grrr. * wuffles to Blair*
"Blair can live on it." she thought -- it was a relief to her to stab herself with words; -- "_Blair_ 'can live on it for two years.'"
Most people in the UK now absolutaly HATE blair …whats worse is David Cameron The Tory bastard looks like winning next time round and hes worse thatn Blair who is a mass murdering Thief as far as Im Concerned what the goverments BIG GAME IS
Blair -- Blair -- "And as she spoke his name, she wrote it:" _Blair Maitland_. "
BLAIR CONVINCES CHUCK TO SEDUCE VANESSA â€ "Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) uses the scandalous picture of Catherine and Marcus to blackmail Blair (Leighton Meester) into being a nicer person, so Blair seeks revenge by enticing Chuck (Ed Westwick) to seduce Vanessa.
Instead of subsuming our "national interest" to the United States as some maintain Blair is doing, we could instead be dragged ever more into the thrall of our European "partners".
What makes this one so terrifying -- that Linda Blair is a girl who gets possessed, which makes it seem likely that any child could get possessed by the devil?
SHOGREN: Linda Blair is a vice president of the Michigan-based transmission company.
MH: In Lessons of Desire, Phaedra Blair is a nonconforming “outsider” whose lifestyle, beliefs and appearance challenge the norms of society.
But lest anyone label Blair a panda-hugger, consider that he once reportedly told Chinese officials: "I'm not worried about you taking Taiwan because, even if you get across the straits, you can't maintain it, you can't protect it."
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