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blue blood

said to flow in the veins of the nobility. [Western Cult.: Brewer Dictionary]
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The mistakes are costing us money, because we have to then post the forms on to the club,'' said Blueblood chairman Laurence Lee.
I am delighted that the Blueblood Charity will benefit and I think the fans will be too.
But as soon as Blueblood was formed they got in touch, bought me a television and even came round to clean my gutters.
As a special promotion, the first 100 people to use Bitcoin to join BlueBlood.
County Durham trainer Johnson restricted the blueblood to two runs on the Flat last summer in preparation for a jumping career and was rewarded with a runaway success on the gelding's hurdles debut at Carlisle in November.
Germany's largest lender already has its eye on blueblood money manager Sal.
The DPJ, led by political blueblood and US-trained engineer Yukio Hatoyama, has promised reforms, including strengthening social welfare and reducing the influence of the powerful state bureaucracy.
In the days of Calvin Coolidge, the GOP combined moderate social views and blueblood lineage to dominate state politics and seats in Congress.
A real blueblood, she is a sister to the brilliant Fantastic Light so it was disappointing that she showed so little on her first two starts.
I target the blueblood end of the business," Burke explains.
His roommate, Trey, is the blueblood son of a congressman, and Vince is delighted to be matched up with someone so respectable--until he learns that Trey is a kleptomaniac.
Although it still calls itself the world's oldest blueblood publisher, it is difficult to imagine any longer the aristocracy taking the former bible of upper-classness too seriously.