French blue

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Synonyms for French blue

ultramarine pigment prepared artificially

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Shares in EADS rose as much as 5%, making it the second-biggest gainer among French blue chips.
The French Blue" tells a fictionalized story of the historic French blue diamond and the man who brought it to France, Jean-Baptiste Tavernier and his associate, Madeleine de Goisse, who traveled throughout India and Persia.
Bush dealt a harsh blow to lovers of Roquefort, the finest of the stinky French blue cheeses.
Of French blue chips to report yearly earnings so far, 60 percent have beaten or met expectations, posting an aggregate 2 percent surprise on earnings estimates.
Five years later the diamond was recut to its 67 1/8-carat size, at which time it became known as the French Blue.
The bride's attendants wore one shoulder, above-the-knee-length dresses in French blue dupioni silk Each bridesmaid carried a hand-tied bouquet of pink garden roses, spray roses, and white hydrangeas.
To experience the effortless blend of traditional and modern cuisine at the new Rang Mahal, diners can indulge in a nourishing spread of Indian breads like the Truffle Oil Naan, and Roquefort Kulcha filled with French blue cheese, onions and chilli.
Raghda's essentials include a French blue cheese that costs LE300 per kilo and black Russian caviar that goes for LE500 per kilo, as well as many very expensive other products.
com, ` 1,600; Below: Hand- stitched driver mocassins from Salvatore Ferragamo, ` 38,500 Above: French Blue luggage tag from Tumi, ` 2,800 Above: Hat from FCUK, price on request; Bottega Veneta Ebano Intrecciato briefcase, ` 1,10,000 Left: Left: Printed tie from Satya Paul, ` 2,495 Above: Leather wallet from Alexander McQueen available at Kitsch, ` 14,200
In racing, German cars were always silver, British were racing green and French blue.
A color palette of grayed olive, French blue and camel was chosen for furnishings while light greens, blues and limestone were used for wall coverings throughout.
Safavieh's French oak Nice three-drawer chest features a heavily distressed French Blue antique finish.
Federal blue and French blue 22-inch oil jars by Bauer Pottery Company ($500 each; www.
For example, although the Paris Bourse is fully automatic, investors seeking to buy or sell large blocks of shares in French blue chips often prefer to put the trades together away from the automated systems.
His Lotus is uniquely painted in French blue as it was bought by Gallic racers.