blind fold


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blind fold

- Worn by the Greek statue for justice so she cannot see the bribes being offered to her, hence, blind justice.
See also related terms for offer.
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He claimed that the handshake between the two in Mabanga last year was to blind fold the Luhya community.
You will need a large cut-out or picture of a reindeer without its nose, a red circle or pom pom, blind fold, blue-tac and a marker to write down where each player places the tail.
Craig Patten: "And if you didn't pay how would they stop you from watching a show you can see from miles away, make you wear a blind fold?" Colm Scott-Baird: "Let's face it, anyone who's ever been knows it's one big recruitment event for the armed forces.
I was very interested in starting it here as well, but since it was logistically very hard to implement here, we decided to blind fold our guests." The by-invite only, sitdown dinner comprises four courses with intricate dishes that are first rigorously tasted and tested over 12 sessions by the organisers.
Your friends will have fun try1 g on the blind fold to see if they can see.
I sat there stunned at his choice of conversation, so I put on my blind fold and attempted to sleep through the entire flight.
"Part of my training to become a warrior driver included having to drive blind fold with someone on the headset telling you where to go.
"I made so many wrong decisions, I could have walked backwards into a job with the NHS wearing a blind fold.
The all-male Daleys Denis batch included Magical You Kay, Alf Aromayo, Blind As A Bat, Blind Fold and Blind Spot.
The head, wearing a turban and blind fold, was discovered by 14-year-old Emma Clarke.
I could differentiate the flavours of them if I was blind folded."