[ blair ]


  1. Anthony Charles Lyn·ton [lin, -t, uh, n] Tony, born 1953, British political leader: prime minister 1997–2007.
  2. Bonnie, born 1964, U.S. speed skater.
  3. John, 1732–1800, U.S. jurist.
  4. Also Blaire. a male or female given name.


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  1. BlairTony1953MBritishPOLITICS: prime minister Tony , full name Anthony Charles Lynton Blair . born 1953, British politician; leader of the Labour Party (1994–2007); prime minister (1997–2007); Middle East peace envoy from 2007

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After Robinson-Earl split two free throws for a 71-70 advantage, Ewing called a play looking for Blair on a backdoor cut.

The only time Marquette flirted with making things interesting in the second half was a 7-0 spurt to close within 36-25, but Blair immediately knocked down a three-pointer.

Consistency has been an issue for both seniors in 2020-21, but Blair’s 5 points per game increase from last season has him firmly in the running to be named Big East Most Improved Player.

Multiverse too seeks to replicate that to an extent, with social meetups, sports teams, and a speaker series, says Blair of the company co-founded with Sophie Adelman.

From Fortune

However you get there, “fun is the bottom line,” Blair says.

And it is true that since Blair was in power the pub culture has taken a beating.

Panetta was no fan of Blair, whom he called his “notional boss” inside the intelligence community.

So if “yes” wins, the Labour Party of, oh, 2030 could make Tony Blair look like Tony Benn.

Hell, Tony Blair guest-starred while he was still British prime minister.

Blair never made the mistake of underestimating Brooks, and his own considerable powers of ingratiation were exercised on her.

"Never better pleased to see anyone in my life," said Blair, nearly shaking Lawrence's arm off.

So it was all arranged, and Lawrence went to see his uncle and tell him of his new position on Blair's staff.

I thank you, General, but General Blair has just done me the great honor of appointing me on his staff.

If Bertha Blair was ever to aid the side of right and truth in this matter, she must be found and brought to court.

He could not tell her that Blair had told him, after he had told Blair not to mention it.


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