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I blindly said: Lemon, a murmur of spice, a touch of honey and some savoury notes.
But the truth is that I was following the van blindly feeling that its driver must be more experienced than me.
He pointed out that the nationalist parties of Sind had blindly cast votes for Pakistan People's Party (PPP) in the past but now they have parted their ways from the PPP.
A DfE spokesman said: "It's disappointing to see the NUT continuing to blindly oppose free schools before one has even opened its doors just as they are blindly opposed to academies - schools which have proved incredibly popular with parents and pupils and have turned around under performance in deprived areas.
AT this time of year, many punters blindly back trap numbers in the hope that a perceived track bias will continue.
Sky Bet have installed the Magpies as the 9/2 favourites to win the Championship, a price that will tempt only the blindly loyal and the blind drunk.
First, people still blindly pack their bags to come to work here as labourers, cleaners, etc, as they get at least 6,000 rupees (BD60) per month whereas in India it would be nothing more than 1,000 rupees (BD10).
But he contends that most self-help books promote an unhealthy self-absorption and urge readers to be blindly optimistic in the face of life's challenges.
As a fledgling, the city had to feel its way blindly for awhile, but the city fathers were a gutsy bunch, who proved they were willing to take on tough objectives to succeed.
This all climaxes with what he calls the seminal question of all: was the universe we live in created "accidentally, by random forces acting blindly," or was it the result of some form of created design?
The Practice Alert issued by AACN in 2005 recommends radiographic confirmation of correct tube placement prior to initial use in all critically ill patients receiving feedings or medications via blindly inserted tubes.
Yet this is the prescription conventional farmers (counseled by University Extension Service personnel) blindly follow from coast to coast.
Yet we blindly follow these gurus through the trenches and into battle, amazed at the carnage brought on by slavish adherence to a set regimen or idea.
I shot blindly into a fight outside an LA punk club.
The part about listening blindly to what your HUD lender says may strike some borrowers as a bizarre idea.