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  • n. Plural form of blunder.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blunder.


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  • His halting speaking style and penchant for blunders is what many voters know best, such as when he recently named two dead senators, Edward M. Kennedy and Robert C. Byrd, as the greatest living Americans.

    In Nevada, it's can't live with Reid or without him

  • Left to her own devices, she will outdo him in blunders as well. zippy29

    Poll: Palin decision doesn't change minds

  • The Incredi-blunders is pretty entertaining to watch one time, after that, there is nothing exciting about it, but it will showcase that even animators in our high tech society can still screw up.

    From The Vault: Week of May 25 2009 « Giant Killer Squid - Film, Comics, News, Reviews and more

  • The International Society of Supervillains has an awesome list of the most common Supervillain blunders!

    SF Tidbits for 8/21/09

  • She has had positive moments on a few issues, such as the new Metea Valley High School on Eola Road, but she went AWOL on other issues, including Planned Parenthood (in her ward) and numerous blunders from the drive-in theater fiasco to failing to speak up for fiscal responsibility.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • If he does a good job he is criticize; if he blunders he is criticize while on the other hand when it comes to McCain, they either sit on their hands and look the other way or give McCain blunders minimal coverage.

    Obama at Convention for Journalists - The Caucus Blog -

  • SCHNEIDER: Being there from disasters helped him recover from some first-term blunders, and hobble to a triumphant reelection.

    CNN Transcript Oct 24, 2007

  • SCHNEIDER: Being there for disasters helped him recover from some first-term blunders and hobble to a triumphant re-election.

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2007

  • PET Shop Boys could miss first No1 LP spot in 15 years after their record label blunders


  • It was a reference to first-term blunders and embarrassments like the infamous Navigator scandal and his misuse of his city-issued credit card for meals at swanky restaurants and elaborate trips and accommodations for himself and others. - RSS


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