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noble rank or status by birth

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Far be it for the Echo to steal another publication's thunder, so if you want to check out the original salmon and blue, pick up a copy of the latest Blue-Blood from outside the Winslow on Boxing Day.
Sex crimes detective Kevin Bacon un- covers a king-size can of worms in a blue-blood town that makes Peyton Place look like a monastery.
Whatever selections come up, Pizzarelli's blue-blood jazz pedigree suggests he ought to be able to strum at least a few bars.
Royal Romeo Peter Phillips yesterday proved he's a blue-blood babe magnet.
The double-digit gain by the Thousand Oaks-based parent of real estate Web sites may sound impressive, but not in relation to investor expectations of previous Internet highfliers with blue-blood backers.
You'd think the mere fact the Titans are being widely hailed as the 12th seed most likely to succeed in this year's tournament would have the blue-blood Bruins royally peeved.
Beloved of four generations of readers, blue-blood bachelor Bertie Wooster and his imperturbable butler Jeeves are the stars of a series of farcical novels that Wodehouse wrote between the two world wars.
Several of Sidley Park's 20th-century inhabitants are the descendants of its 19th-century blue-blood owners.