from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To free from blindness (real or metaphorical)
- v. To remove the secrecy from (a bid).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To free from blindness; to give or restore sight to; to open the eyes of.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To free from blindness; give sight to; open the eyes of.
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Of course they are influenced by those 'unblind' wine notes!
In the old Prodgy days he claimed he had “trained” himself to filter our any possible influence when tasting unblind.
And the fact he later tasted their new wines unblind and (what a surprise) loved them?
Good, it is about time that this practice of unblind reviews at wineries where you play with the owner (please, I did not mean it that way – honestly) was called into question.
The key is the involvement with Jadot and then the unblind tasting
If so, do you always choose the best stories, even if you find out once you unblind the stories that some of the bigger more marketable names didn't review as well?
The contrast of Moslem dignity and Christian abasement in the East is patent to every unblind traveller.
More often than not, you're seeing extended shots of horse-ass because our hero and/or his unblind ungirlfriend are facing different directions, wasting a whole lot of celluloid pretending that they don't want to be together and they have NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER of turning around and dashing back into each other's arms ... well, never mind.
Ok, brisk walked, but he found out, and the next thing we knew when we turned back, he was walking towards us unblind.
United Therapeutics expects to unblind and announce preliminary analysis of the FREEDOM-M study results in mid-2011.