blix

blix

tv. to look at something; to glance at something. She blixed my face and saw that I was so out of control!
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The bewhiskered individual, who looked like a Scotsman, had the Teutonic name of Von Blix, and spoke with a strong American accent.
Von Blix was rough and boorish, but Tudor was gracefully easy in everything he did, or looked, or said.
Part of them, under the leadership of Tudor, were to go up the Balesuna and penetrate the mountainous heart of Guadalcanar, while the Martha, under Von Blix, sailed away for Malaita to put through similar exploration.
Tudor and Von Blix looked triumphantly at each other.
Old Wheatsheaf's yarn was true, then," Tudor said, and Von Blix nodded.
And you should be able to start day after to-morrow," Von Blix said to him.
If I did," she retorted, "Von Blix wouldn't be finicky about my joining in the cruise to Malaita.
Oh, old Von Blix is all right, a solid sort of chap in his fashion; but Tudor is fly-away--too much on the surface, you know.
Blix accused Blair of 'legal tap-dancing' by claiming that existing U.
Blix when he said, "If we want to prevent a country from developing nuclear weapons, we must ask why they are wanted.
Blix also said that rounding on a state would only lead it to conclude that it needed to develop weapons of its own.
Doctor Hans Blix will present the Weapons of Mass Destruction Final Report to the Institute on September 13.
DISARMING IRAQ: The Search for Weapons of Mass Destruction by Hans Blix
Hans Blix urged caution over the doctrine of pre-emptive strikes against states suspected on the basis of intelligence of backing terrorism or developing illicit weapons.
Asked about Mr Blair's comments, Dr Blix said: 'I think we still over-estimate the danger of terror.