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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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"The Everton blueblood in your veins takes you to another place - but he has talent, too."
The inaugural Blueblood award for a player epitomising 'The Everton spirit' in the eyes of Kenwright was shared between another two World Cup-bound performers, goalkeeper Tim Howard of the USA and Australian midfielder Tim Cahill who will see Everton jet out to his homeland on tour this summer after the finals.
If you're not a blueblood you might be better going for a nice Cava.
The role had first been offered to Bill Murray, and he had been in talks to portray the blueblood father of Rudd's character.
A real blueblood, she is a sister to the brilliant Fantastic Light, so it was disappointing that she showed so little on her first two starts.
Bonneville plays the baddie, the selfish blueblood, Henleigh Grandcourt, in Daniel Deronda, and Andry Zhivago in Pasternak's potboiler.
BLUEBLOOD Sir John is better known among the posh dinner party set and tourists to Ireland than fellow dance floor groovers.
It is the latest snub to the onetime blueblood firm which, deep in trouble and losing clients almost every day, has been told by rivals Ernst & Young and Deloitte & Touche that they are not interested in a face-saving merger.
Among the awards presented on the night will be the SportPesa Player of the Season, Young Player of the Season, Player's Player of the Season, Under-23 Player of Season, the chairman's Blueblood Award, the Ladies Player of the Season, the Howard Kendall Award and the Fan of the Year.
A real blueblood, she is a sister to the brilliant Fantastic Light so it was disappointing that she showed so little on her first two starts, but she looked all the better for the experience when giving Elmaleeha a real fright.
The American-bred colt is hardly typical of a Godolphin equine blueblood, having passed through the sales ring for just 15,500 guineas as a yearling before being bought by the Dubai team at the start of this year.
Blueblood granny (Julie Andrews) turns "ugly duckling" teenager (Mia Thermopolis) into royal "swan".