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See also: blank and blänk


Proper noun[edit]


  1. A surname​.
    • 1987, Latin American Research Review (page 238)
      The same preoccupation with developing a conceptual framework is evident in David Blank's Venezuela: Politics in a Petroleum Republic, a modified version of Blank's early theses.
  2. (chiefly dated) Used as an anonymous placeholder for a person's name.
    • 1922, The Saturday Review (volume 133, page 359)
      Miss Compton, in 'Other People's Worries,' asks rhetorically whether a young rip was not in the Blank divorce case.

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