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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Vox populi adjective Referring to light yellow colored hair
noun A person possessing such a hair color
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One personality who certainly believes blonde boosts his image is Cardiff gay cabaret queen Marcia, otherwise known as Mark Tunnel.
Carey, 27, looked stunning in a plunging pink satin gown and the she teased her long blonde hair out of its trademark bun for the prestigious opening performance.
Then, sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago in northern and eastern Europe, studies suggest, the hair-colour gene MC1R developed variations that produced a diversity of hues, including red, brown and blonde.
BEEF from British Blondes has made it on to the shelves of Marks & Spencer after making it through a rigorous four-month selection process.
However, a survey carried out by One Poll, claims that the outdated view of blonde women has no place in the modern workplace.
I worked for five years to qualify as a lawyer, and anyone who knows me knows I have a level of intelligence that counters any image that might be perceived through having blonde hair.
Despite my journeys to the dark side, I always returned to blonde, and, for some 10 years now, I have never ventured further than caramel on the salon's shade chart.
Longerterm, the Derby will be the big target for all of them, but before then Blonde Jeannie and Toosey Blue will be aimed at the Arc at Walthamstow, and Blonde Dino's first big objective is the Trainers' Championship meeting at Wimbledon.
Joni Swanston, 19, student, of Newcastle: I am going to go for the blonde but I don't really drink lager normally.
After being a brunette all of her life,Kelly decided at the age of 16 to``go blonde.