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It’s bland by design, a rundown of who can do what and when.
If your childhood palate was heavily shaped by precision-engineered processed food, simpler, blander midcentury classics are almost a relief.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER
What sells the entire experience is iOS 14, a software update that brings marked improvements to the bland grid of app icons that have dominated the iPhone’s display since the beginning.
At times I found myself laughing at the bland dialogue, and once audibly groaned when a character’s last ditch effort to take down the Galactic Empire involved—you guessed it—flying through a tiny corridor to shoot some missiles into a hole.
Therefore, Bland concluded that Parliament technically had no jurisdiction over the American colonies.
"Perhaps your ladyship can persuade Lady Hartledon to exert herself," suggested the bland doctor.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
The King, on his return from the Continent, found his subjects in no bland humour.
Ovid looked a bit doubtful, but Scattergood's voice was so interested, so bland, that any suspicion of irony was allayed.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
As soon as they are whipped they make off to wives and home, and meet the scouts with a bland smile and outstretched hand.
This covers up also a good deal of business acumen, shrewdness, and secretiveness which is not so childlike and bland.

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