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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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Last night's rare Super Blue Blood Moon #Dubai #Timelapse
The country and much of the world last saw a super blue blood moon in 1982, Nico Mendoza, astronomer for the government's Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astonomical Services Administration told AFP.
Therefore, the super blue blood moon, asNASAare calling it, is so rare because it combines both a supermoon with blue moon and a lunar eclipse.
He also had parts in Zulu, Blue Blood, The Mutations and Queen Sacrifice.
IF YOU'VE BEEN WATCHING ANY OF THE trendy new programs on cable television, your first response to Blue Bloods, the CBS crime drama which recently ended its fifth season, will likely be: this is some old-fashioned TV!
The essence of democracy is a people, those multitudes having no blue blood in their veins but living ordinary lives in ordinary conditions.
Barrie Draper's Farley Totti has not had the impact stepped up to six bends that seemed likely, but he can open his staying account at the fifth time of asking by taking the 8.15 over 660m, while Julie Bateson's Blue Blood rates the best bet of the day when lining up in trap one for the 8.45 over 280m with the switch to a rails seeding expected to pay dividends.
Songs such as Blue Blood Blues and Gasoline could make the setlist of any of White's sessions, sounding like impromptu studio jams.
Dutch brand Blue Blood recognizes the thrill of stuffing your personal effects into a brand new sack of classic proportions.
Attention focused intensely on former foreign minister Taro Aso, 67, a right-leaning political blue blood and currently secretarygeneral of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, who was considered the front-runner.