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Blunt Trauma
Blunt may refer to: * Blunt (surname), a surname (and list of people with the name) * Blunt (cigar), a term used in the cigar industry to designate blunt-tipped, usually factory-rolled cigars * Blunt (cannabis), a slang term used in cannabis culture * Blunt, South Dakota, USA * Blunt Peninsula, Nunavut, Canada * ''Blunt Magazine'', a Canadian blogging e-zine published quarterly * ''Blunt'' (snowboard magazine), a 1990s American periodical See also * Sticky end/blunt end, a possible configuration of a DNA molecule * Blunt force trauma, a type of physical trauma in medical terminology * Blunted affect, a lack of emotional response in psychology * Slides (skateboarding) for bluntslide, a skateboard trick * Blount (other) {{disambiguation ...
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Blunt (surname)
Blunt is a common surname of English derivation, meaning "blonde, fair" (Old French ''blund''), or "dull" (Middle English ''blunt, blont'').*''Dictionary of American Family Names'', Oxford University Press A variant spelling is Blount. Notable people sharing the surname "Blunt" * Lady Anne Blunt (1837–1917), English horsebreeder; wife of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt * Anthony Blunt (1907–1983), English art historian and Soviet spy * Charles Blunt (born 1951), leader of the National Party of Australia * Christopher Evelyn Blunt (1904–1987), British merchant banker and numismatist * Crispin Blunt (born 1961), English Conservative MP for Reigate * Dean Blunt, British musician, record producer, singer-songwriter, director, and conceptual artist * E. A. H. Blunt, administrator and writer of the British Raj * Edmund March Blunt (1770–1862), American navigator and magazine publisher * Emily Blunt (born 1983), British American actress * Giles Blunt (born 1952), Canadian author * Henry Blunt ...
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Blunt (cigar)
A blunt is a cigar which is wider than a cigarillo and not quite as wide as a Corona, generally equivalent to a ''petit corona'' while ''short panatellas'' are sometimes classified as mini-blunts. These cigars typically consist of two main parts; the inner leaf, which is similar to a cigarette rolling paper, except it is made of tobacco, and a thicker outer leaf which is rolled around the inner leaf in a spiral. In most commercially available blunts, the "leaves" are not actual tobacco leaves but rather paper made from tobacco pulp. 150px|left| Tobacco leaf with blunt end Blunts originally got their name from their "broad or rounded tip", and were named as such in the 19th century to differentiate them from other cigars with a tapered, pointed tip. Blunts are a specific size cigar that have been so popular as to have been once sold in specific vending machines. The original blunt cigar was manufactured in Philadelphia out of a single leaf outer tobacco wrapper. At the time this wa ...
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Blunt (cannabis)
A blunt is a cigar that has been hollowed out and filled with cannabis. It is rolled with the tobacco-leaf "wrap", usually from an inexpensive cigar. A blunt is different from a joint, which uses rolling papers. History and etymology The practice originated in cities such as New York City, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Blunts take their name from Phillies Blunt brand cigars, although any commonly available inexpensive cigar or cigarillo may be used, depending on suitability and availability. Other common synonyms for a blunt include "El-P" or "L" (from the El Producto brand) and "Dutch" (from Dutch Masters). Backwoods, Swisher Sweets, White Owl and 4ks cigars/cigarillos are other popular brands for rolling blunts. Readymade blunts Blunts also come as ready made tobacco wraps with hundreds of flavors across numerous brands. In addition to using cheap cigars and cigarillos to smoke cannabis, cigar wraps or "blunt wraps" are also used. Tobacco industry term In the tobacco industr ...
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Blunt, South Dakota
Blunt is a city in Hughes County, South Dakota, United States. It is part of the Pierre, South Dakota Micropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 354 at the 2010 census. History Blunt was named for John E. Blunt, a railroad official. Blunt was founded in 1881 as a stop on the Chicago and North Western Railway. It received its city rights in 1884. Geography According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of , all land. Blunt has been assigned the ZIP code 57522, and the FIPS place code 06180. Demographics 2010 census As of the census of 2010, there were 354 people, 150 households, and 102 families residing in the city. The population density was . There were 167 housing units at an average density of . The racial makeup of the city was 89.3% White, 2.5% African American, 4.8% Native American, 0.3% Asian, 1.7% from other races, and 1.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4.0% of the population. There were 150 households, of ...
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Blunt Peninsula
The Blunt Peninsula is a peninsula in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It lies off the southeastern end of Baffin Island's Hall Peninsula. Across from the Blunt Peninsula are several large islands, including Loks Land Island, as well as hundreds of smaller islets and rocks. Frobisher Bay is located to the west, and the Labrador Sea is to the east. References Category:Peninsulas of Baffin Island {{QikiqtaalukNU-geo-stub ...
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Blunt Magazine
''Blunt Magazine'' is an online music magazine based in Australia. Previously based in print, the magazine is now predominantly online, with occasional physical releases. With historical covers featuring A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, Paramore, Green Day and Parkway Drive, the magazine is recognised as a significant publication in the international music industry. History and profile ''Blunt'' was founded in 1999. It was previously published by Next Media. and is a music magazine, written by seasoned music journalists. The images found in ''Blunt Magazine'' are used from the contribution of various photographers and artists that work with the brand. The headquarters is in Sydney. Peyton Bernhardt is the current managing editor of ''Blunt Magazine''; Mike Hohnen is the current head of operations. The magazine, which has been in hiatus since 2016, was relaunched by the pair in January 2020. References {{Reflist External links''Blunt Magazine'' online Category:Australian ...
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Blunt (snowboard Magazine)
''Blunt Snowboard Magazine'' was an American snowboard magazine published in the 1990s. The magazine was established in 1993 and the founder was Ken Block. DC Shoes were the initial publishers of ''Blunt'', which mainly featured advertisements for new, small and independent companies. The magazine also featured regular submissions by skateboarder Ed Templeton and photos by Rob "Whitey" McConnaughy. The magazine was eventually sold to ''Big Brother Magazine'' and in 1997 on to Larry Flynt Publications. ''Blunt'' ceased publication in 1998. References External linksBlunt Video Retrospective by Rob "Whitey" McConnaughy Category:Defunct magazines published in the United States Category:Magazines established in 1993 Category:Magazines disestablished in 1998 Category:Sports magazines published in the United States Category:Snowboarding magazines {{sport-mag-stub ...
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Sticky End/blunt End
DNA ends refer to the properties of the end of DNA molecules, which may be sticky or blunt based on the enzyme which cuts the DNA. The restriction enzyme belong to a larger class of enzymes called exonucleases and endonucleases. Exonucleases remove nucleotide from ends whereas endonuclease cuts at specific position within the DNA. The concept is used in molecular biology, in cloning or when subcloning inserts DNA into vector DNA. Such ends may be generated by restriction enzymes that cut the DNA – a staggered cut generates two sticky ends, while a straight cut generates blunt ends. Single-stranded DNA molecules A single-stranded non-circular DNA molecule has two non-identical ends, the 3' end and the 5' end (usually pronounced "three prime end" and "five prime end"). The numbers refer to the numbering of carbon atoms in the deoxyribose, which is a sugar forming an important part of the backbone of the DNA molecule. In the backbone of DNA the 5' carbon of one deoxyribose is li ...
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Blunt Force Trauma
Blunt may refer to: * Blunt (surname), a surname (and list of people with the name) * Blunt (cigar), a term used in the cigar industry to designate blunt-tipped, usually factory-rolled cigars * Blunt (cannabis), a slang term used in cannabis culture * Blunt, South Dakota, USA * Blunt Peninsula, Nunavut, Canada * ''Blunt Magazine'', a Canadian blogging e-zine published quarterly * ''Blunt'' (snowboard magazine), a 1990s American periodical See also * Sticky end/blunt end, a possible configuration of a DNA molecule * Blunt force trauma, a type of physical trauma in medical terminology * Blunted affect, a lack of emotional response in psychology * Slides (skateboarding) for bluntslide, a skateboard trick * Blount (other) {{disambiguation ...
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Blunted Affect
Reduced affect display, sometimes referred to as emotional blunting, is a condition of reduced emotional reactivity in an individual. It manifests as a failure to express feelings (affect display) either verbally or nonverbally, especially when talking about issues that would normally be expected to engage the emotions. Expressive gestures are rare and there is little animation in facial expression or vocal inflection. Reduced affect can be symptomatic of autism, schizophrenia, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, depersonalization disorder, schizoid personality disorder or brain damage. It may also be a side effect of certain medications (e.g., antipsychotics and antidepressants). Reduced affect should be distinguished from apathy and anhedonia, which explicitly refer to a lack of emotion, whereas reduced affect is a lack of emotional expression (affect display) regardless of whether emotion (underlying affect) is actually reduced or not. Types Constricted affect A restricte ...
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Slides (skateboarding)
A slide is a skateboarding trick where the skateboarder slides sideways either on the deck or on the wheels. Terms of direction ;Frontside :A slide with the skateboarder's frontside facing the obstacle he or she is sliding on, or the skateboarder is facing the direction of travel when sliding on flat ground. The term heelside derives from the need to lean on the heelside of the board to break the traction of your wheels. ;Backside :A slide with the skateboarder's back side facing the obstacle he or she is sliding on, or the skateboarder is not facing the direction of travel when sliding on flat ground. The term toeside derives from the need to put weight on the toeside of the board to break the traction of your wheels. Toeside slides on flat ground are generally regarded as more difficult, but with rails and ledges the difficulty of direction may vary by trick. Slide tricks {{dynamic list ;Anti-Casper Slide :Performed by flipping the board into a nosecasper via half impossi ...
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