blanched

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj blanched anemic looking from illness or emotion "a face turned ashen","the invalid's blanched cheeks","tried to speak with bloodless lips","a face livid with shock","lips...livid with the hue of death"- Mary W. Shelley","lips white with terror","a face white with rage"
    • adj blanched (especially of plants) developed without chlorophyll by being deprived of light "etiolated celery"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • blanched Whitened; deprived of color; bleached.
    • blanched Specifically applied to coins and silver articles containing copper which have been submitted to the action of hot dilute sulphuric acid, to dissolve a part of the copper of the alloy on the surface, and leave a film or coating richer in silver.
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Usage

In literature:

Durendal, com ies et clere et blanche!
"A Literary History of the English People" by Jean Jules Jusserand
His face blanched with horror.
"The Trail of '98" by Robert W. Service
During this period he was, upon one pretext or another, very largely in the company of his affianced wife, Dame Blanch.
"Chivalry" by James Branch Cabell
They were, Blanche explained, on their way back to the great camp at Jarny.
"The Doctor of Pimlico" by William Le Queux
Thou shalt see Blanche ere it be long.
"Clare Avery" by Emily Sarah Holt
I shall call it `Blanche.
"Black, White and Gray" by Amy Walton
Well might the seamen blanch, for never before in all their varied experience had they seen the like of that.
"Blown to Bits" by R.M. Ballantyne
The "Blanche" tacked in chase.
"The Story of Nelson" by W.H.G. Kingston
Conway blanched and his hand shook.
"The Bishop of Cottontown" by John Trotwood Moore
His knees shook, and he stared with blanched face in horrid fascination as the flames roared and crackled through the brushwood.
"The Promise" by James B. Hendryx
Maugham had carte blanche.
"Revolution" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
We have to clean the Blanchita in the morning, and she has to be put on the upper deck of the Blanche.
"Four Young Explorers" by Oliver Optic
As for Clara, her face, previously blanched with grief, was now flushed with indignation.
"Capitola's Peril" by Mrs. E.D.E.N. Southworth
There, huddled up under the spreading branches of a cedar, stood my darling, her eyes wide open, her cheeks blanched with terror.
"The Motor Pirate" by George Sidney Paternoster
While he was there, Blanche entered, and he endeavoured to conceal himself.
"The Boy Crusaders" by John G. Edgar
After looking over the records, Corrigan outlined a scheme of action that made the Judge's face blanch.
"'Firebrand' Trevison" by Charles Alden Seltzer
The fairies were singing a roundelay; and, as the melody floated over the waters, Victor and Blanche listened with throbbing hearts.
"Fairy Book" by Sophie May
Even while she listened, she suddenly heard Blanche reply to some words of her lover, which had escaped her watchful ears.
"Graham's Magazine Vol. XXXII No. 2. February 1848" by Various
Season and blanch the whole.
"The Lady's Own Cookery Book, and New Dinner-Table Directory;" by Charlotte Campbell Bury
Her face seemed blanched to the lips.
"The Bond of Black" by William Le Queux
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In poetry:

Oh, wherefore drops she on her knees,
And spreads imploring hands?
Why blanches that courageous brow?
Alas! the wolves' dread bands!
"A Ballad Of 1812" by Sarah Anne Curzon
Step out three steps, where Andrew stood—
Why blanch thy cheeks for fear?
The ancient stile is not alone,
Tis not the burn I hear!
"A Nuptial Eve" by Sydney Thompson Dobell
The good Nun read with blanching face,
And well her wisdom could divine
The cry for help he dared not ask
The breathed in every line.
"The Silver Box" by Alice Guerin Crist
On boughs that the sweet month blanches
With flowery frost of May:
It might be a bird in the branches,
It might be a thorn in the way.
"An Interlude" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
Step out three steps, where Andrew stood —
Why blanch thy cheeks for fear?
The ancient stile is not alone,
'Tis not the burn I hear!
"Keith Of Ravelston" by Sydney Thompson Dobell
And clasped around her blanching wrist
A jewelled bracelet shines,
Her flowing tresses’ massive twist
A glittering net confines;
"Agnes" by Oliver Wendell Holmes

In news:

Garnish 150ml of cream juice of 1 lime blanched zest of a lime sprigs of dill or fennel.
Julianne Blanch of Frankfort sent in today's recipe.
Blanche DuBois , played by Claire Brownell, right, and Stella Kowalski, played by Gwen Ellis, perform during a dress rehearsal for Gulfshore Playhouse's 'A Streetcar Named Desire' during the theater's 2011-12 season.
Blanch fresh vegetables and freeze them in one-meal portions.
His wife, Blanche, died on Aug 24, 2011.
She was born on April 8, 1923, in Margaretville, to Seager George and Blanche VanValkenburgh.
Nuit Blanche brings question to the fore .
1 bunch baby carrots, peeled and blanched for 3 minutes.
1 cup green beans or fava beans, blanched.
Blanche Blankenship was 'a real gentle , kind spirit'.
Yurok elder Blanche Blankenship was a woman ahead of her time, who dedicated her life to serving the community, being a strong businesswoman and raising a family.
2 c water 2 c superfine sugar ¼c dried stinging nettle leaves good handful of freshly blanched stinging nettle leaves 3 cracked cardamon pods zest of half a Meyer lemon pinch of kosher salt.
Blanche M Touhill Performing Arts Center.
Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil, add green onions , and blanch for 1 minute.
1 cup (4 ounces) finely ground sliced, blanched almonds.
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In science:

Ortigosa-Blanch, A., and Capmany, J., Subcarrier multiplexing optical quantum key distribution.
Microwave Photonics Parallel Quantum Key Distribution
We will define Blanchfield pairings algebraically in Proposition 10.2.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
So indeed we have an isomorphism from the universal coefficient theorem as claimed and the rational Blanchfield form is non-singular.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
We say that the Blanchfield pairing is metabolic if it has a metaboliser. A metaboliser for the Blanchfield form is a submodule P ⊆ H1 (MK ; Q[Z]) such that: P = P ⊥ := {v ∈ H1 (MK ; Q[Z]) | Bl(v , w) = 0 for all w ∈ P }.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
W , is a metaboliser for the Blanchfield form.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Choosing p ∈ P , where P is a metaboliser for the Blanchfield form, is necessary for the representation to extend to π1 (W ).
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
This is very useful for applications, since the Blanchfield form can be calculated explicitly for a given knot; one method [Kea75b] calculates the form in terms of a Seifert matrix.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Note that we require that the Blanchfield form is metabolic, i.e. that the first order obstruction vanishes, in order for the representation eρ and thence the second order obstruction to be defined.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Using the 3-dimensional symmetric Poincar´e chain complex (Q[Z] ⊗QΓ N , Id ⊗θ), we can define the rational Blanchfield form (see Proposition 10.2): eBl : H1 (Q[Z] ⊗QΓ N ) × H1 (Q[Z] ⊗QΓ N ) → Q(t)/Q[t, t−1 ].
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Then there is a homological ly essential simple closed curve J on F , which has self linking number zero, so corresponds to a metaboliser of the Blanchfield form, such that the integral of the Levine-Tristram signature function of J vanishes, considering J as a knot in S 3 .
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Note the absence of Blanchfield linking pairings as well as intersection pairings.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Z[Z] ⊗Z[Z⋉H ] N , Id ⊗θ), contains the information necessary to extract the Blanchfield pairing.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
The Blanchfield pairing is non-singular, sesquilinear and Hermitian.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
Then suppose that we have a metaboliser PQ for the rational Blanchfield form.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
PZ := PQ ∩ (Z ⊗Z H1 (Z[Z] ⊗Z[Z⋉H ] N )) for the integral Blanchfield form, since the calculation, restricted to the image of H1 (Z[Z] ⊗Z[Z⋉H ] N ), is the same for the two forms.
A Second Order Algebraic Knot Concordance Group
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