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big blue

Big Blue

A nickname for IBM coined from its blue and white logo and the blue covers on most of its earlier mainframes.
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They meet as boats adrift meet, and each rolls his eye at the other under the big blue turban.
He drew back a step, and fixed his big blue eyes on her, with a look which said, "You are a highly-favored woman, if ever there was one yet!" Curiosity instantly took the leading place among the emotions of Mrs.
Long-time customer and an early adopter of Redeem, the Big Blue Bus in Santa Monica has extended its contract with Clean Energy with an anticipated 2.3 million gallons of Redeem per year to fuel its 200 municipal buses.
VERDICT The Big Blue adds a touch of class to a bit of old-fashioned seaside fun.
With the release of their latest album, Big Blue World, and its infectious title track, MTS' London songwriting and production team of Neil Fitzsimon and Bee Brogan, collectively known as FaB, have propelled their collective career into the pop stratosphere.
"Avivele, come!" she said to the little girl who had been hiding behind her mother's big blue shopping bag.
It's nothing for a big blue to lose 20, maybe 25 pounds during the spawn.
Big Blue, the building itself, narrates the story of Angelo's machinations: tiny cracks start appearing in Blue's walls as soon as the villain walks in.
expanded its ArcReach remote-control technology to more engine-driven power sources in the Trailblazer and Big Blue families of products.
Summary: 'Big Blue Eyes' is the first release from singer's upcoming album
The Big Blue kids' menu is fun, with make-your-own pizza or tortilla wrap deals (includes pudding, a drink and advice to wash little hands first) for [euro]8.75, as well as smaller portions of adult food.