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Although Levittown provided affordable houses in what many residents felt to be a congenial community, critics damned its homogeneity, blandness, and racial exclusivity (the initial lease prohibited rental to non-whites).

He says: "There is something about the blandness of
superficial categorization, Said allows us to deepen our understanding, rather than to allow contributions that inflame the complex, which we have leaned to call globalization.

Barbu, p.198 He quickly became noted for exposing corruption of ministers and other politicians on a case-by-case basis (although several of his political adversaries at the time described him as bland and incompetent).

The plot spawns a convoluted set of relationships but then all the people are killed off, and this leads to a dry and bland revelation at the end.

ISSN 0048-7511 Fulltext in Jstor Bland, Larry I. "Averell Harriman, the Russians and the Origins of the Cold War in Europe, 1943-45." Nearly all of Porter's rather risqué lyrics had to be "cleaned up" to avoid the wrath of the censors, thus dulling much of the comedy and making the results rather bland.

He is described as ‘bland,' ‘sunny,' ‘supple,' ‘cheerful,' ‘benignant,' and ‘bland.' Lucy, when young, showed no particular fondness for him as did Polly, saying, "I told you I liked him a little.

An heir of Henry Randolph I, William Bland Randolph, deeded the mill site to William Rowlett on February 20, 1805, and it became known as Rowlett's Mill.

It can also be eaten straight, although the bland flavor makes this a dubious endeavor.

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