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  • n  the property of being both obvious and offensive
    the blatancy of his attempt to whitewash the crime was unforgivable

  • Lady Houston considered herself a Conservative, but made her otherwise mediocre weekly memorable for the blatancy of its attacks on Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin and Foreign .
  • What Chryssa extracts from modern commercial symbolism is not its vulgarity and blatancy.
  • Yet in this delicate film of intercourse, of mutual visiting and mutual speech, misunderstood, overrated, and abominably overcharged as it has been with blatancy and mistranslation .

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