Blue Blood

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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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And sittings in the House are getting longer because the blue-blooded strangers are trying to raise their profile by speaking in debates.
The blue-blooded Singspiel colt never looked in danger of defeat and was still full of running when he struck the front just inside the two- furlong pole, but he then blotted his copybook slightly by hanging across the course in the closing stages.
Blue-blooded teen Eugenie grinned as mum Fergie put a protective arm around her youngest daughter while they enjoyed a sunshine stroll with big sister Beatrice along the beach in the millionaire's playground of St Tropez.
A POTENTIALLY bitter blue-blooded battle over historic Glamis Castle was settled at the last minute yesterday.
Here the blue-blooded Brit gives red-blooded fans a taste of what to expect.
FILM star Gwyneth Paltrow has a blue-blooded new man in her life - Spain's Prince Felipe.
Columnists James Whitaker and Brian Reade set out the case for and against the blue-blooded beauty.
Be us ever so 'umble - we in the lower orders are truly shocked a blue-blooded aristocrat would pose starkers for a glossy mag like that upper crust GQ.
Pink was a winner for the Ascot blue-bloods after it dominated the catwalks this season, with labels like Gucci and Versace sending out a variety of shades.
The blue-blooded rebel stood out when she wore a striking Union Jack dress similar to the former Spice Girl's at the Milan fashion show.
Ian McKay, from Aberdeenshire, was given the blue-blooded bird by the Queen's loft manager and plans to auction it off next month to raise funds for the Rotary Club.
LIFE is proving tough for Henry Cecil's band of blue-blooded two- year-olds, but Voracious looks a ready-made winner for the team at Lingfield today.