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true-blue

Chiefly Brit a staunch royalist or Conservative
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As Commodus, Phoenix is the perfect foil for Crowe's true-blue General Maximus, Emperor Aurelius' chosen heir.
Far more than Bausch, De Keersmaeker and her company, called Rosas [see page 96], employ a certain virtuosity and even true-blue dance theatricality, a rare and welcome thing in this arid world of the so-called postmodern dance.
Together, these clues combined to say, "You've got a true-blue mineral here
What really qualifies his project as true-blue American, in fact, is his equation of the nation's life with his own.
The Tories lost true-blue Runnymede, near Windsor, and were totally wiped out in Tamworth, Harlow, Stevenage, Newcastle and Manchester.
And it is noteworthy that even the most environmentally committed group, the True-Blue Greens, appear to be highly price sensitive, too.
With schools of true-blue fans, colorful products found in virtually every home and school, and an emotional connection with consumers spanning 100 years, Crayola is one of America's best-known brands.
For true-blue fans of television shows with some money in their wallets, there are boxed sets with all six seasons of ``Sex in the City'' and all seasons of ``Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' for around $300 for each set.