• He is just blandly reciting his modest list of accomplishments during the past eight years.

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  • Parsons blandly adopted a few of Icahn's proposals, and the corporate raider eventually went away.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • The movie flits by blandly, like a genre novel for teens imprinted directly onscreen.

    NEWYORKER: Jennifer's Body

  • She herself blandly expressed some wonderment that others did not like getting the "medicine they dished out".

    BBC: Iron Lady on the world stage

  • When a blandly handsome Wasp named Ian (John Corbett) enters the scene and begins dating Toula, the family goes haywire.

    NEWYORKER: My Big Fat Greek Wedding

  • Ailes takes his work seriously, but he knows success doesn't go to those who blandly do what everyone else does.

    FORBES: Fact and Comment

  • The only real potential problem stems from Hollywood's seemingly unending ability to make blandly predictable films in pursuit of awards.

    NPR: Make 'Em Laugh: Why No Oscar for Best Comedy?

  • It refused to condemn them even for the sinking of the Cheonan, and this week issued blandly even-handed calls for restraint.

    ECONOMIST: Coping with North Korea

  • Carey Hoffman, a spokesman for the mayor, equally blandly explains that Mr Herenton's aims will become clearer as the election draws closer.

    ECONOMIST: The Memphis mayor��s race

  • But the lead characters and the story are too blandly, wholesomely retro.

    NEWYORKER: The Rocketeer

  • Kennedy gabbled and shrieked and spouted inside jokes, while I wrung my hands nervously, smirked blandly and tried to keep up with Kennedy's patter.

    NPR: MTV, Kennedy and Me: Let's Begin to Heal

  • In fact, Mr Johnson's real beliefs, often concealed behind a smokescreen of jokes, are not so much blandly centrist as nicely balanced between swashbuckling extremes.

    ECONOMIST: Bagehot

  • With a blandly dismissive anti-romanticism, the director sees through the pretenses of civility to the mediocrity, disappointment, venality, gullibility, duplicity, and boredom that pass for daily life.

    NEWYORKER: The Prowler

  • Blandly to assert that Russia needs a simpler tax system, and that less red tape would mean less corruption, ignores the vested interests that sustain the current system.

    ECONOMIST: Russia��s economy

  • Japanese journalists assigned to cover the prime minister round the clock were blandly told that Obuchi had awakened at 6 a.m. on Sunday and was reading the newspapers and monitoring the threatening eruption of Mt.

    CNN: Taking Over

  • The young Spanish director Oliver Laxe stars in this tender and witty metafiction, as Oliver, a Spanish director who arrives in Tangiers to work with children in a social-services school on a blandly educational film.

    NEWYORKER: You All Are Captains

  • Waverers cannot have found it normal that a bidder should sell shares in the company it is trying to buy, as Olivetti did just before it announced its increased offer at the end of March (the firm later said blandly that it had made a mistake).

    ECONOMIST: Telecom Italia

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