blind eye (見て見ぬふり)
Law enforcement turns a blind eye to these activities.
there was no loophole just a "blind eye").
Baseball has been taken to task for turning a blind eye to its drug problems.
blind man (盲目の男)
The blind man actually wants to sell a dream rather than buy one.
There, he befriended Henry Moyes, a young blind man who showed precocious aptitude.
As a boy he earned money from reading the reports of Parliament to a local blind man.
blind people (盲目の人々)
A recent survey reveals that only 15% of blind people use braille.
Many blind people find this number machine a very useful tool throughout life.
This gave him a platform to train other blind people to work within radio stations.
blind date (ブラインドデート)
Meanwhile, Kate is on a blind date that is not going well.
They met for the first time on a blind date in the late 1990s.
The blind date is a success and the pair head to an afterparty.
blind spot (盲点)
They are cheap to produce but cause scotoma, a ringed blind spot.
However, the augmented radar sensor suite would be able to detect obstacles in the LiDAR blind spot.
One apprentice wrote: "He is devoid of consideration and has a blind spot regarding others' qualities.
The blind auditions have also been extended from five to six episodes.
In the blind auditions she sang ""When I Was Your Man"" (Bruno Mars' song).
Filming for the blind auditions stage of the competition began on 21 August 2012.
blind snake (盲蛇)
The Common blind snake ("Indotyphlops braminus") measures long, occasionally up to long.
A viable population of a type of blind snake from the family Typhlopidae may be present, probably the brahminy blind snake ("Ramphotyphlops braminus").
blind audition (ブラインドオーディション)
The third blind audition episode was broadcast on .
The sixth blind audition episode was broadcast on .
The first blind audition episode was broadcast on .
Has an initially good mother who became blind.
He developed an illness in his eyes and soon became blind.
At a young age he became blind in his right eye after an infection.
MacArthur replies because no American lives were lost because of it, he will turn a blind eye.
"A lot of people in Hong Kong tend to indulge themselves in mahjong playing and turn a blind eye to social problems.
And, because of the profit, I think there are many people with an interest involved, so they try to turn a blind eye to this problem.
Regulators turned a blind eye to a lack of transparency and to conflicts of interest."
She believed some members of the family knew about his abuse but had turned a blind eye to it.
Charles turned a blind eye to the debacle, instead preoccupying himself with the plight of the French Huguenots of La Rochelle.
She is legally blind and discovered the body.
He became legally blind in 1989, at age 80.
In 1960, 50% of legally blind, school-age children were able to read braille in the U.S.
Around this time he became effectively completely blind.
Hopkins' mother was left completely blind as a result of this attack.
He is now completely blind in his left eye and has severely limited vision in his right eye.