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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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After a lucky Callum Reilly strike, and an exquisite Demarai Gray finish, the Bluenoses were sent into ecstasy.
The action revolves around the plotting of an evil French lord -played by Mike Howl -and his side-kick Tartucan who determine to steal the golden boots of Dixie Dean and topple the Bluenoses for good.
Chances came and went at either end, the Bluenoses were so cock-a-hoop they even enjoyed a five-minute spell chiding Aston Villa, their Premiership neighbours from across the city.
Bluenoses will remember his demolition of Leeds United, that goal against Villa in the cup, and a moment of magic at Wembley when he put us in front, and got 30,000 Bluenoses in Wembley to dream.
but fortunately for Bluenoses, the exhilarating Women's Super League kicks otomorrow with Birmingham Ladies' rst xture on Sunday against Manchester City.
Bluenoses have shown their love for the epic gangster series in the past, designating specific away matches as Peaky Blinder Days - dressing up in the fashions of the gang.
P AS a lifelong Bluenose I agree totally with David Sullivan.
Yesterday, the actor took to Twitter to urge family, friends and Bluenoses - including manager Lee Clark - to vote for him.
As much as we Bluenoses love our club I cannot see many people renewing if CY and Pannu are still with us.
We have always had this scenario and, although Sullivan and the Golds have done wonders at St Andrew's, the threat of them going has been mentioned so many times it has lost its potency in frightening the Bluenoses.
To the Bluenoses this was a victory that will warm the cockles of every Blues fan's heart no matter where they are.
THANKS to all Bluenoses who have taken the time to get in touch with the Mail.