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noble rank or status by birth

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But most speak this out not: the downtrodden for the fear, awe and fearsome authority of the blue-blooded nobility; the intelligentsia for its passionate penchant to hang on to the coattails of this nobility and play second fiddle to it; and the rest of the chattering classes for being the slaves of their own multiplicity of pretences, affectations, ostentations and snobbery.
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.
Rosanna told RTE's Who Do You Think Your Are: "That's where we get into blue-blooded territory.
Among its blue-blooded customers are a number of British Royals and a sultan based in the Middle East.
One of most obvious observations about Mexican soap operas is that their heroines are always blond and Caucasian, even if they're poor, and that wealth (that is, happiness) isn't gained through personal effort but rather because a "blue-blooded" prince comes to save the day.
BY DAVID YATES MIDTERM is a 16-1 shot to live up to his blue-blooded pedigree with an Investec Derby triumph at Epsom next June after starting his career with a bang at Newbury yesterday.
One look at the list of bridesmaids and pageboys and it's obvious that the attendants are blue-blooded.
Washington, Nov 25 (ANI): In an interview, Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has dismissed the criticism of former First Lady Barbara Bush, who recently said that Palin stay in Alaska rather than run for president, referring to the Bush family as "blue-bloods."
The blue-blooded colt holds entries for the DFS Champagne Stakes, Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes, Darley Dewhurst Stakes and Racing Post Trophy.
Hollywood bad lass Lindsay Lohan has got her eye on a blue-blooded boyfriend.
It would be interesting to ask bona fide blue-bloods what they think of screwball comedies, those movies from the '30s in which rich people tear each other's hearts out but are too crackers to notice.
The head of the bank which bought blue-blooded City institution Barings resigned yesterday as a host of job losses were expected to sweep across the City.
An American teen is thrilled to discover her father is a blue-blooded English lord unaware of her existence.
A top-class miler with enough in his pedigree to suggest that he might have stayed the Derby trip, his retirement was the cause of general regret I've ridden some seriously good fillies like Bosra Sham and Islington, and on this evidence she must be right up there with them He may be a little too blue-collar for the blue-bloods, but his exploits in 2005 entitled him to look anyone in the eye
Owned by the Aga Khan and trained by Sir Michael Stoute, the blue-blooded filly has made a good start to her career, winning at Kempton on only her second outing and finishing third in a competitive handicap at Ascot last month.