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blanch at something

Fig. to cringe at something; to become pale at the thought of something. Jill blanched at the thought of swimming in that cold water. Lily blanched at the sight before her.
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blanch with something

Fig. to become pale with some emotion, such as anger or fear. He saw the injury and blanched with fear. Lily blanched with anger as Max walked out.
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The return of Damien Blanch gives me some options in our back division while James Davey is one of several very promising young players challenging for a place in the first-team squad," said Kear.
Blanch, who is also the director of operations for IMG Golf Course Management in Dubai, has been working closely with the Tiger Woods Dubai Team since early 2008.
Blanch can also be backed at 2-1 just to top his own team's list.
Blanch, playing his fourth Test for Ireland, said his side were "gutted.
We haven't homed a single cat for seven weeks because there are so many sanctuaries out there trying to do the same thing," added Ms Blanch.
His achievements at Benfield Blanch give us a high level of assurance that he will contribute greatly towards ICAT's continued growth in the catastrophe insurance marketplace.
The new company, Benfield Blanch, unified the once-mighty U.
Wash it well and then blanch for about five minutes in fast boiling salted water, now finish in one of the following ways:
Blanch brings many years of reinsurance experience to Goss Re, most of which were spent leading E.
Archbishop Blanch would move from its old and outdated building on Mount Vernon Road near the city centre to a new purpose-built site in Earle Road, off Smithdown Road.
UNLUCKY Wakefield winger Damien Blanch, who sat out the last five months of the 2009 season with a knee injury, will miss the start of engage Super League XV with a broken hand.
It turns out that intermittent IR heating can be used to simultaneously blanch and dehydrate fruits and vegetables since it satisfactorily inactivates enzymes in apples and removes a desirable amount of moisture while preserving the surface color of apples.
Blanch common stock, representing approximately 94% of E.