When the fringe starts to blur with the base, odd things happen.
The details are a blur, but while skiing with his son, Schumacher fell and hit the right side of his head on a jagged rock.
A grand and brand new strategy will only blur critical distinctions and confuse friend and foe alike.
As Gershom Gorenberg points out, both Israelis and Palestinians like to erase or blur those boundaries.
Because the ads in Egoiste are mini-vignettes produced by the editors, they blur the line between advertising and editorial.
She saw all this through the blur of her shyness, the conscious, anxious silence to which she was so much of the time condemned.
Through the gaps between these he could see a blur of green and grey and purple.
When developed, the film shows a blur of certain dimensions, produced by the flame from the charge.
If this leaves a blur, rub well with powdered French chalk on the wrong side.
It is characteristic of polytheism to blur that line in several ways.