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blue ANGEL

A mnemonic for painful dermal nodules:
• Blue rubber bleb naevus;
• Angiolipoma;
• Neuroma;
• Glomus tumour;
• Eccrine spiradenoma;
• Leiomyoma.
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Back to March last year, apart from completing the transaction on Topsun Creation Limited ("Topsu"), the Company's other investment also renamed as Blue Angel (H.K.) Limited ("Blue Angel"), which established the investment theme on military storage batteries, and energy-saving investments in the media terminal.
Blue Angel's campus feminists are supposed to arouse horror in us, if for nothing else than their inability to understand the nuances of life.
In a report, published last week, they said: "The owner of the Blue Angel is recommended to improve the creel self-shooting system used on board to ensure the crew are safely separated from the back rope during shooting operations."
The Blue Angel - has lost an appeal against a ban on using its roof terrace; Mike Kearon
As well as cutting ties with The Beatles just before they became a global phenomenon, Williams also famously ejected Judy Garland from the Blue Angel club and refused entry to Bob Dylan.
But a sound engineer called by the Blue Angel said once inside a property it is often impossible to distinguish where noise is coming from, especially with so many other neighbouring establishments.
Guitarist The Edge named one of his five children Blue Angel while drummer Larry Mullen couldn't resist paying tribute to his musical hero by calling his son Aaron Elvis.
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Aside from being instrumental in the development of the Merseybeat scene Williams also ran the Blue Angel Nightclub which hosted he Rolling Stones and Tom Jones.
The Blue Angel, on Seel Street, is currently banned from using its outdoor patio area following a long running dispute about noise with people living in newly-built apartments in nearby Chinatown and the Ropewalks.