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- n. a blank area
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First France undermined the Anglo-Congolese treaty by forcing Belgium to scale back its claims, reopening a blank space on the map of the Gazelle River.
If a cloud passes over and obscures the sun, or even if a bird passes, its presence is registered as blank space or shadow’ in the picture because Ackling is moving the glass very slowly and evenly, from left to right along bands of successive lines from top to bottom.
In a triumph of inclusive self-differentiation, eleven other racial groups are listed, from “Asian Indian” to “Samoan,” with blank space left for anyone to write in “Some other race.”
Prefixed to the volume, on the blank space before the poems themselves begin, is this most interesting preface in Moseley's own name: ” “THE STATIONER TO THE READER.
Now the poster said “LIAM’S WORD,” with a blank space where the second L should be.