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Distinguished from the last by being oval and by its beaks being blunter and more central.OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY
His head was rounder and blunter than the rat's, his feet were larger and softer, and his limbs and his tail were shorter.CREATURES OF THE NIGHTALFRED W. REES
But girls must learn now to accept simpler and blunter manners from their men friends.ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD
At close up, his features blunter, less sensitive in chiselling than appears in his photographs.TURNS ABOUT TOWNROBERT CORTES HOLLIDAY
You will see that the angle at which the wheel meets the stone is a little blunter than the angle of the side of the wheel itself.STAINED GLASS WORKC. W. WHALL
The next has been formed into a separate genus, Urva; the teeth are blunter than in Herpestes.NATURAL HISTORY OF THE MAMMALIA OF INDIA AND CEYLONROBERT A. STERNDALE
Such an explanation hardly relieves the subject of it from blunter imputations.CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND HOW HE RECEIVED AND IMPARTED THE SPIRIT OF DISCOVERYJUSTIN WINSOR
Her sting had by no means been extracted, but its point was blunter and its poison less irritant.AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
The teeth are formed much as in Lamna, but are blunter, heavier, and much less effective as instruments of destruction.A GUIDE TO THE STUDY OF FISHES, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)DAVID STARR JORDAN