Blue Blood


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Drug slang A regional term for a person who injects drugs intravenously
Vox populi A person who has descended from nobility (from the Spanish phrase sangre azul), referring specifically to those who trace their roots to Spanish royalty. The term refers to the paler skin of said descendants, whose veins appear a deep blue due to the Tyndall effect
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Single cases of CAM2 Blue Blood Racing Oils can be purchased directly from a local CAM2 Distributor or from http://www.
For, that essentially requires the empowerment and effective enfranchisement of the mass of the people, which the domineering blue blood would never ever allow to happen.
Johnson's published poems with titles such as "Youth," "Faith," and "Joy" are often described as ladylike, genteel, and "raceless," while, in contrast, many of her plays, with titles such as Blue-Eyed Black Boy and Blue Blood are bold, provocative, and racially charged.
Amelia G has spoken about the future of commerce technology at conventions from SXSW to Cybernet and been interviewed about Blue Blood by venues ranging from MTV to The New York Times Magazine.
But he has his work cut out for him when blue blood Honoria sets off for Cambridge determined to marry by the end of the season.
McCain added that the blue blood reference was made by Palin "after former President George H.
Second: 1 Ballymac Drogba, 2 Ballymac Denis, 3 Ballymackey Ace, 4 Blue Blood (m), 5 Rayvin Neasa (m), 6 Droopys Luisao (m).
There is also a hole in the partition between the left side of the heart, which pumps deoxygenated blue blood around the body, and the right side, which sends red oxygenated blood out.
THE DEAD WEATHER Blue Blood Blues Great Jack White lead vocals from the US band who headline the 02 ABC in Glasgow on June 27.
Songs such as Blue Blood Blues and Gasoline could make the setlist of any of White's sessions, sounding like impromptu studio jams.
Embarrassingly Carole actually worked for a living and used the word "toilet" instead of the preferred term "lavatory" as favoured by those with blue blood.
Deep down, says the poll, we are snobs, still suckers for a drop of blue blood, still reckoning that background and job - should that be profession?