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blue nose

A blue-purple colouration of the unpigmented skin around the muzzle of horses that feed on spring grass in the UK, attributed to a photosensitivity reaction, which may be accompanied by severe oedema and urticaria elsewhere on the body.
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HOW TO CLAIM: Cut out the voucher below and present it at the Customer Services Desk of any Toys 'R' Us store to claim your free Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends single figure, from a potential nine characters available.
Ffion was given pounds 500 prize money, a PS3 and a camcorder which is to be shared with her friend, and they both received a sweet hamper and My Blue Nose Friends goodies.
Draw for Monday's final: 1 Blue Nose (m), 2 Reus Blue (m), 3 Bredas Secret (m), 4 Nonas Curls (m), 5 Parkfield Judge (w), 6 Magna Slippy (w).
Exploration stage mining company Infrastructure Materials Corp (OTCBB:IFAM) said on Monday that the company has started drilling operations on the Blue Nose Project in Las Vegas under its Plan of Operations.
Charles is a fanatical racehorse breeder and has been told that he can go with Blue Nose, so that's what he is doing.
The Blue Nose Project consists of 301 mineral claims covering over 6,000 acres located 90 miles northeast of Las Vegas, Nevada in Lincoln County.
WELL, first off there are 3,000 reasons for optimism, each one of them with a blue nose, stout heart and a determination to keep keeping right on.
The boss said: "Craig would be the dream signing because I know he's a Blue Nose and a very talented player.
Bougherra, who will miss today's clash with Hearts after failing a fitness test, was speaking at the launch of Rangers' Lucky Blue Nose Day.
I am quite alarmed at the conduct of the 'in your face' Blue Nose Moseley supporters," he writes.
MAY I at first disclose a conflict of interest in that I am an avid Blue Nose, but even more an avid supporter of this great city and the work of the library service in improving literacy and the love of literature.