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true-blue

Chiefly Brit a staunch royalist or Conservative
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Vincent, a private island resort of 22 luxury villas in the Grenadines, and member of Leading Small Hotels of the World, does not have any snow on the ground, but there is plenty of white powder on the beaches and who needs the chilly white stuff when you can get swimming, soaking and snorkeling in the true-blue Caribbean while outside temperatures barely budge between 78(degree) and 85(degree) from January to July.
These are further characterized according to 17 Value Portraits: For ages 45-61, Status Seekers, Anxious Achievers, Woeful Worriers II, Intense Individualists II, Happy Helpers, Educated Aficionados, Modern Moralists, Low-energy Loners and Aloof Affluents; and for ages 62 plus, True-blue Believers, Hearth and Homemakers, Woeful Worriers, In-charge Intellectuals, Liberal Loners, Fiscal Conservatives, Intense Individualists and Active Achievers.
stands for indignity if you're a true-blue Bruins fan.
Blue accents in the COLDWELL BANKER signage not only reinforce the brand's equity in this color but also matches the company's strategic marketing direction of "Coldwell Banker is a blue chip company offering blue ribbon services for a true-blue real estate experience.
Everyone you spend time with isn't necessarily a true-blue, so don't slap an FWA label on a casual bud.