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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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The Blueblood Foundation raises around pounds 100,000 a year, which is channelled back to support former players who need help as trustee, Steve Milne explained: "Some former players we talk to, who may now be in their 40s or 50s, are in severe pain.
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THIS IS YOUR CAPTAIN TALKING: Phil Neville talks to the media on Thursday while (above) David Moyes who received his Blueblood award from chairman Bill Kenwright PUTTING ON THE STYLE: Jack Rodwell prefers the bow tie approach, while Marouane Fellaini opts for the black tie at Everton's sixth annual end of season awards ceremony.
And, given his background in pensions, he was not worried that the last senior partner from the blueblood corporate side had been Digby Jones, now director general of the CBI.
Caine got his big break in this magnificently staged war movie, playing a blueblood Brit trying to stave off Zulu warriors at a remote Natal outpost.
Hopes are strong that blueblood technology companies, including IBM and Intel, will beat estimates this week.
In the final world, gamers meet King Fluffy, a wacky blueblood determined to confuse players by scrambling and destroying the difficult 16-tile playing field.
Leighton Baines was a thoroughly deserved Player of the Year, Seamus Coleman was equally deserving of the Young Player titles, while David Moyes and Leon Osman were popular recipients of the chairman's Blueblood awards.
The inaugural Blueblood award for a player epitomising 'The Everton spirit' in the eyes of Kenwright was shared between another two World Cup-bound performers, goalkeeper Tim Howard of the USA and Australian midfielder Tim Cahill who will see Everton jet out to his homeland on tour this summer after the finals.
If you're not a blueblood you might be better going for a nice Cava.
A real blueblood, she is a sister to the brilliant Fantastic Light, so it was disappointing that she showed so little on her first two starts.
Bonneville plays the baddie, the selfish blueblood, Henleigh Grandcourt, in Daniel Deronda, and Andry Zhivago in Pasternak's potboiler.