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blue nose

A blue-purple colouration of the unpigmented skin around the muzzle of horses that feed on spring grass in the UK, attributed to a photosensitivity reaction, which may be accompanied by severe oedema and urticaria elsewhere on the body.
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Bluenose chose to work with Get Satisfaction because it offered a refreshing alternative to more complex and expensive community platform software, according to Morocco.
Post-calving photo surveys of the former Bluenose caribou herd (based on complete counts of aggregations associated with radio-collared caribou) were tested during 1986 and 1987 (McLean and Russell, 1992) and appear to provide more accurate estimates than traditional observer-based aerial surveys (McLean and Russell, 1992).
Bluenose II was built in Lunenburg in 1963 and restored last year.
He once said that scoring for his old club at St Andrew's was a 'dream come true', but has now revealed that was all an act and he has been a Bluenose from birth.
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.
So it is onwards and upwards Bluenoses, bring on the next game.
Bluenose Promotions will stage the reunion at the Adelphi Hotel on Thursday, March 25.The annual Bluenose awards will also be presented on the night to the current Everton players named Player and Young Player of the Season..
They were joined by city leaders and famous football fans, Bluenose Jasper Carrott and The Twang lead singer Villan Phil Etheridge, to launch Birmingham's shot at bringing the tournament home, outside the Council House yesterday.
Quashie, right, might not have been the flavour of the month at St Andrew's, yet he could have more of a say in the promotion race than any Bluenose ever imagined.
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?
DESPITE living just down the road from Birmingham City's training ground, my nine-year-old nephew, bless him, is a glory-hunting Red rather than a Bluenose.