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bluenose

a name used in the UK for a photosensitive dermatitis of the horse's face marked by a cyanotic appearance in the early stages of skin which later sloughs. The disease occurs in the spring and may be accompanied by such a severe edema that it resembles purpura hemorrhagica.
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The Class A ships committed to take part in Sail Boston 2000 include: Akogare, 171 feet, Japan; Amerigo Vespucci, 330 feet, Italy; Bluenose II, 181 feet, Canada; Concordia, 185 feet, Canada; Danmark, 253 feet, Denmark; Dar Mlodziezy, 360 feet, Poland; Dewaruci, 191 feet, Indonesia; Eendracht, 181 feet, the Netherlands; Europa, 180 feet, the Netherlands; Gloria, 249 feet, Colombia; HMS Bounty, 170 feet, USA; Juan Sebastian De Elcano, 370 feet, Spain; Kaiwo Maru, 361 feet, Japan; Kruzenshtern, 376 feet; Russia; Sagres II, 293, Portugal; Lord Nelson, 179 feet, United Kingdom; Mir, 358 feet, Russia; Niagara, 198 feet, USA; Picton Castle, 176 feet, Cook Islands; and Pride of Baltimore II, 170 feet, USA.
Her clothing has been worn by the crew of the Bluenose II, sold at retail stores across the country, and presented to the Royal Family of Jordan.
Ships scheduled to showcase the Sailabration include: Bluenose II, 181' Nova Scotian tall ship; Capitan Miranda, 205' Uruguayan Navy training tall ship; Cisne Branco, 257' Brazilian Navy training tall ship; Cuauhtemoc, 270' Mexican Navy training tall ship; Mircea, 269' Romanian Navy training tall ship; Pride of Baltimore II, 170' Maryland Goodwill Ambassador and tall ship; and Sagres, 296' Portuguese Navy training tall ship.