half-blind


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half-blind

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Four cans of beer and she was half-blind.
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TV presenter Andrew Castle, below, on how tennis star Andy Murray will react when his mother Judy takes part in Strictly Come Dancing "He has started to recognise me, and as everybody knows, I demand recognition" X Factor judge Simon Cowell on his baby son Eric "A squalid mass of bilious scum, tone deaf, half-blind, rejected hacks, meddling, grubby half-baked Oxbridge dropouts" Actor Steven Berkoff is no fan of the critics "The rotten roots of the current craze for seeing romantic relationships as a cross between a padded cell and a three-legged race began a long time ago" Commentator and writer Julie Burchill
We stood in front of them, watching in silence, a rapt silence, until the song ended abruptly and the half-blind man put one of the mallets in his mouth and began to chew frantically on the rubber tip.
Kabul Zoo has a lioness donated by China, and was once home to a half-blind lion called Marjan, who became a symbol of Afghan survival after living through coups, invasions, civil war and the hardline Taliban era.
Sentenced to life imprisonment and sent to Broadmoor high security hospital for Britain's most disturbed patients where he still languishes there half-blind thanks to repeated attacks by fellow inmates.
Following traffic then has to overtake, half-blind - exactly where the kids chase balls.
I think you should see You're half-blind like me, And that birds with one wing cannot fly.
But she still came up with the quote of the night, a joyful: "I'm still half-blind, but I managed to see that
A One-Eyed Horse in a One-Horse Town" is a heartwarming tribute to the author's real horse, a half-blind old horse who could dance to music and stole the hearts of the town (minus one cranky neighbor).
DISABLED Fiona Buckley was crossing a road in her mobility scooter when she was hit by a half-blind driver.
He said they had resigned to Ahmad being half-blind, when they learnt about Noor Dubai.
Leo Kirch's return is all the more remarkable because he is half-blind and battling complications from diabetes.
The Fielding brothers, novelist Henry and half-blind John, are known in history as London's very first "cops", delving into the world of prostitution, gambling, murder and various other shady activities in Georgian-era London.
In the 18th century, when nobody was considered of much importance unless possessed of the attributes of dignity, our own painters reflected that vogue, but when Wordsworth and others opened the book of Nature to a hither-to half-blind world, our painters followed suit.