blue blood


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blue blood

said to flow in the veins of the nobility. [Western Cult.: Brewer Dictionary]
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Blue Blood is a January 09 son of Droopys Scolari and won three of his four starts at Cork, clocking a fastest time of 29.
Bill Strock, Director of Motorsports at CAM2, said, "We have continued that winning streak by delivering even greater levels of performance with the launch of our Blue Blood Racing Motor Oils.
Hyland's first novel, How the Light Gets In (Canongate), and Edward Conlon's sociological look at the New York City Police Department, Blue Blood (Riverhead), received third-place honors with a $1,000 prize for each.
And fourthly the muscle in the right side of the heart thickens causing it to work harder and push more blue blood around the body through the narrowed pulmonary valve.
The London mayor also discovers whether his half-French grandmother really is descended from blue blood.
Perhaps not too much of a blow to the blue rinse brigade that have the old blue blood flowing through their veins, but to the everyday working class ones, the old Christmas bonus is a Godsend.
Ian Walker, a veterinary intern at the aquarium who hopes to assist Whitaker, said his biggest fear is that he could break into the body cavity by mistake, causing her powder blue blood to leak out uncontrollably.
I was thinking blue blood, but red blood is what the world knows.
THIS lobster's blue blood has saved him from the pot.
And they claim the blue blood in the Vietnam war hero's veins means he will beat George Bush in November's election.
And as for Charles being a secret Man City fan - well he does have blue blood.
The Labor Party, renewing a pledge to purge the Lords of blue blood, says most of them are there "by birth, not merit, perhaps because 300 years ago their ancestor was the mistress of a monarch.