Blind may refer to:
- The state of blindness, being unable to see
- A window blind, a covering for a window
Blind may also refer to:
Other articles related to "blind":
... The first hole-in-one recorded by a blind or visually impaired golfer in a National Open was made by the inspirational Graham Salmon MBE ... In March 2005, American blind golfer Joel Ludvicek, 78, scored a hole-in-one in the 168-yard No ... In November 2005, Israeli blind golfer Zohar Sharon, 53, achieved a hole-in-one on the 15th hole at the Caesarea golf course in Israel ...
... Blind Date is a British dating game show produced by London Weekend Television ... Blind Date ran on Saturdays nights from 30 November 1985 to 31 May 2003 ...
... A blind date is arranged for by a mutual acquaintance of both participants, whether that person be a friend of both persons or a family member of one ... The two persons who take part in the blind date have never met or seen each other, thus the name blind date ...
... The World Blind Union (WBU) is the global organization representing the estimated 285 million people worldwide who are blind or partially sighted ... WBU members are organizations of and for the blind in some 190 countries and international organizations working in the field of vision impairment ... The World Blind Union is governed by an Officers Board composed of six internationally elected Officers and the six regional presidents as well as an executive committee ...
... Blind (munition), a piece of unexploded ordnance that failed to go off when fired Blind-baking, the process of baking a pie crust or other pastry without the filling 'Bl/ind', a company from My Chemical Romance ...
Famous quotes containing the word blind:
“So may I, blind fortune leading me,
Miss that which one unworthier may attain,
And die with grieving.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“So the blind will lead the blind, and the deaf shout warnings to one another until their voices are lost.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)
“Now that you are laid out,
useless as a blind dog,
now that you no longer lurk,
the song rings in my head.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)