Bland may refer to:


  • Bland, Missouri, a US city
  • Bland, Virginia, a US unincorporated community
  • Division of Bland, a former Australian Electoral Division
  • , a emotion describe that peaceful status ,or, uninteresting

People with the surname Bland:

  • Bland (surname)
  • Bland baronets

People with the given name Bland:

  • Bland Ballard, an 18th century soldier from Kentucky


  • Bland diet

Other articles related to "bland":

Mary Batten - Biography
... Batten lives with her husband, Ed Bland, who works as a composer ... They have two grown children, Robert Bland, a writer, and Stefanie Batten Bland, a dancer ...
Leonard Thomas Bland
... Leonard Thomas Bland (December 17, 1851 – August 19, 1906) was a Canadian politician ... David's, Canada West, Bland was educated at the Woodstock Literary Institute and the London Commercial College ... A Liberal-Conservative, Bland died in August 1906 ...
Alexander Bland - International Career
... Bland was first selected for Wales in a match against Scotland as part of the 1887 Home Nations Championship ... Replacing Cardiff team mate George Avery Young, Bland was chosen to face England in the opening match of the tournament, under the captaincy of Newport's Charlie Newman ... Bland kept his place for the next two games of the Championship, a loss away to Scotland where Wales unsuccessfully trialed the four three-quarter syatem for the first time, and a win over Ireland ...
Bland, Virginia
81.1162022°W / 37.1020628 -81.1162022 Bland is a census-designated place (CDP) in and the county seat of Bland County, Virginia, United States ... Bland was originally known as Bland Court House ...
Sad Day We Left The Croft - Track Listing - Bonus Tracks (only On CD Reissue 2007) - The Croft Sessions (1979 - Previously Unreleased)
... The Bland "Fun Fun Fun" – 108 The Bland "Heads Blown Off in Slow Motion" – 245 The Bland "Passions" – 239 The Bland "River Elbe" – 409 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bland:

    If the jests that you crack have an orthodox smack,
    You may get a bland smile from these sages;
    But should it, by chance, be imported from France,
    Half-a-crown is stopped out of your wages!
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)