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bluenose

a name used in the UK for a photosensitive dermatitis of the horse's face marked by a cyanotic appearance in the early stages of skin which later sloughs. The disease occurs in the spring and may be accompanied by such a severe edema that it resembles purpura hemorrhagica.
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My lad, only nine, was quite concerned at the time that he was OK as he saw a Bluenose hurt.
Bluenose chose to work with Get Satisfaction because it offered a refreshing alternative to more complex and expensive community platform software, according to Morocco.
Although caribou in this area have been managed as a single population since the 1960s, recent genetic analyses suggest that what is presently described as the Bluenose herd comprises three distinct populations (J.
Bluenose II was built in Lunenburg in 1963 and restored last year.
Yes, Liverpool are struggling and have hit a bit of a bad run, but when we want advice do you honestly think we would turn to bluenoses like you?
The 25-year-old grew up in Birmingham and is a self-confessed Bluenose, so the goals meant more to him than most.
The pair chatted like old friends as they were waiting to be introduced to the hundreds of bluenoses who packed into the Adelphi to celebrate the last Toffees side to win a trophy.
3) The Bluenose, a 50-foot schooner, takes the lead in the first leg of the regatta.
EXILED Bluenose and regular reader Stephen Smith has had to get used to watching his beloved team on the box from his home in Louisiana, USA.
The Bluenose Executive Lunch Club held its recent meeting at The Union in Mere Green.
When manufacturers Vendetta approached Rangers with a bluenose barrier they were knocked back.
Is this another disgruntled Bluenose who sees an opportunity to have a go at the Red half of the city?