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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of blank.


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  • His expression blanked in shock, in disbelief, in objection.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • And when, in the same year, he was in a show at Artists Space, he had his name blanked out in the press material.

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  • The Red Sox are the only American League team not to be shut out this season and their 70-game run without being blanked is the longest in the major leagues.

  • Robinson did not have a basket in the first half and Allen was blanked from the field in the second half.

    National Basketball Association - Lakers vs. Bucks

  • The library door opened; Stokes swung around, a frown gathering, then he saw who it was; his expression blanked as he rose to his feet.

    The Perfect Lover

  • Why not go to the press, provide a copy of your email with your name blanked out, the name your force, but remain anonymous, and hit the bosses where it hurts.

    See No Evil…… (at least until the next financial year) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • She has a screen capture of it with the surname blanked out to illustrate what she saw see right.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • He said that if I was to read Benjamin Franklin's writings on American politics with the key names and some turns of phrase blanked out, I would swear I was reading a description of our current problems.

    Archive 2006-05-28

  • Lord Kyndreth's expression blanked for a moment, as if Kyrtian's attitude had taken him aback, but he said nothing.


  • I guess you are "blanked" if you do and "blanked" if you don't.

    Obama says he's 'outraged' with pastor's comments


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