cerulean


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blue

(blū),
A color between green and indigo on the spectrum. For individual blue dyes, see the specific name.
Synonym(s): cerulean

cerulean

[siro̅o̅′lē·ən]
Etymology: L, caelum, sky
sky-blue in color.
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At this point, the nest appeared close to completion and was similar in size and composition to other Cerulean Warblers' nests we had been monitoring.
Green Mountain Energy Company estimates that in 2007, Cerulean will be able to offset the impact of an estimated four million miles of private jet flights.
Volunteers at Cuyahoga helped the park conduct a sampling in 2001, yielding enough detail to predict the presence and absence of certain species, including the cerulean warbler.
1992) demonstrated that the Cerulean Warbler is a canopy-dwelling species.
The Cerulean specification adds just pounds 775 to the on-the-road price of the Vector version and only pounds 625 to the Aero.
Hopefully, this credible opposition will ensure that Cerulean Rose is sent off at a backable price.
The best-supported model relating Cerulean Warbler occurrence to microhabitat variables had an Akaike weight ([w.
Brooke Taylor, a Trigon spokeswoman, said the company on Wednesday matched the $700 million offer but pulled out of the bidding because it didn't consider Cerulean to be worth more than its final offer.
All canopy gaps that were included within, intersected, or were located along the edge of a cerulean territory (within 5 m) were mapped in the field.
FRESH from a triumph at Glorious Goodwood last week, in-form filly Cerulean Rose attempts to land her fourth win in 19 days at Bath today, writes Roy Briggs.
2 percent Monday after the managed care company announced it had made a counteroffer for Georgia's Blue Cross/Blue Shield operator Cerulean Companies Inc.
In June 2012, Cerulean initiated a Phase 1b/2a clinical trial of CRLX101 in combination with Avastin for the treatment of metastatic renal cell carcinoma, a form of cancer where over expression of HIF-1 is thought to be associated with poor prognosis.