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Synonyms for bluebonnet

low-growing annual herb of southwestern United States (Texas) having silky foliage and blue flowers

a brimless dark blue Scottish cap with a flat top and a plume on one side

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It has been my privilege to work with Bryan Swoboda, BlueCap Productions, on a systematic and professional effort to document important collections (starting with thumbnails), as well as capture in-depth interviews with the owners so the stories and philosophies that define these arrays can be enjoyed and studied by future collectors.
DREAMAHEAD: r anatRoyalAscotbeforewinninghere BRAE HILL(bluecap):an11-1shotforRichard Fahey GAMILATI: awinnerfor FrankieDettorilastseason
Camera (color), Kim Seong-bok; editor, Go Im-pyo; music, Jo Yeong-wook; sound designer (Dolby Digital), Bluecap. Reviewed at New York Asian Film Festival, July 3, 2008.
Lindy hoppers will be demonstrating their talents in a 1940s dance, there will be wartime cinema reels and other 1940s attractions including a Second World War field hospital and a Bluecap Military Police post.
Paul and Fiona Snelson, of Bluecap Road, Stratford, and their three children, Zakaray 13, Maxwell, 11, and Harley, nine, arrived back from Orlando on a rescue flight at Birmingham Airport today.
(15.) In The Gulag Archipelago, Solzhenitsyn describes the interrogators who are known as Bluecaps:
In The Gulag Archipelago Solzhenitsyn includes a chapter called The Bluecaps' on the Soviet secret police, many of whom carried out disgusting acts of torture in order to make the innocent people they had arrested implicate others, yet he makes a noble attempt to see these secret police officers as human beings, warning us that very few people can be certain that they would never act in the same evil fashion.
Byrons's greatest moment was in 1999 supporting Gene Vincent's Bluecaps in Chippenham.
But I did wear blue suede shoes and a hat like Gene Vincent's Bluecaps and a trenchcoat like Robert Mitcham.