blancmange


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blancmange

A rarely used term for the opaque, pink-tan homogeneous appearance of various stromal tumours, including gastrointestinal stromal tumours, after therapy with Gleevac.
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Expanded to a four-piece, Blancmange now have cool back projections, a guitar, synths naturally and a soundscape bloke I think.
which Blancmange (without Luscombe due to "health issues") are taking on the road.
Another option is to decorate the blancmange with summer fruits like raspberries and grapes.
Dripping jewellery and covered in thick foundation, she looked more blancmange than bling bling.
Boy George looked like Friar Tuck after a botched hair transplant, and Shaun Ryder is in the new GQ looking like, well, the lead singer of the Happy Mondays buried in a vat of blancmange.
Only Vanessa Feltz would be proud to wear this horrific pink blancmange.
It is badly designed, in the wrong place and as exciting as a blancmange so it's little surprise that the Eden Project attracts more people.
Ever since a large pink blancmange with yellow spots (aka Mr Blobby) topped the singles charts, nothing has surprised most people about the music the British public will buy at Christmas.
To others it looked like a blancmange fresh out of the mould.
Next came dieting and pumping iron to turn his blancmange 5ft 6in frame into 9st 6lb of lean muscle.
Palahniuk's novels are so wilfully quirky, so egocentric, so out there, that transferring them to the screen must be like using chopsticks to transport a blancmange across a room.
Gary Glitter "People think of Barbara Cartland and they think of a pink blancmange.