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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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At the same time, Blue Bloods can be quite critical of the NYPD.
To the extent that Blue Bloods is modeled on another successful CBS series, The Good Wife (about a high-priced defense attorney whose estranged husband is a well-connected Chicago politician), it strives to foreground both the private and the public.
As previously announced, ION Broadcasting has acquired the exclusive weekday, primetime syndication rights and will broadcast previous seasons of BLUE BLOODS on its stations in Fall 2014.
BLUE BLOODS has been a tower of ratings strength and success on CBS for four seasons, said Scott Koondel, Chief Corporate Content Licensing Officer for CBS Corporation.
Teens may need to ask their parents (or Wikipedia) about some of the 1980s pop culture references in "Always Something There to Remind Me," but Blue Bloods followers will definitely not complain.
But there is plenty of adventure, romance, brand-name dropping, and even classical history in this installment; the Blue Bloods faithful will not be disappointed.