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noble rank or status by birth

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Blueblood has to have heart, character, resilience and a massive amount of talent.
Perhaps because Meisel recently took up residence in LA, it seems he wants to understand what's mesmerizing and hysterical about being so disconcerted, and what the city has to do with it: This certainly isn't East Coast blueblood, but it's not simply LA glamour run amok either.
The California Association of Independent Schools, its tone set by the blueblood academies, opposes Prop.
The club and family have built strong ties since the legal case came to light, with Tom being awarded Everton chairman Bill Kenwright's Blueblood Award last year.
"There's no online entry system - you just have to ring up the tracks and enter!" He is hoping to announce his arrival with Hardest Part, an ex-Godolphin blueblood by Hard Spun out of a French and American stakes-placed half-sister to Goldikova whom he picked up at the Ascot sales before moving to America.
John Gosden''s patient attitude can pay off though and this 10-furlong trip looks an excellent starting point for this blueblood.
John Gosden's patient attitude can pay off though and this 10-furlong trip looks an excellent starting point for this blueblood.
Highlights include the range of shades in the Nail Lacquers, Hyperion, Blueblood, Endless Night (EUR12.50 each) and the pigment from EUR20.
However, the Italian blueblood, whose ancient family has ties to Pope Innocenzo XII, fired back Monday, calling Sayigh a shakedown artist - and an "unattractive" one at that.
Henry Cecil unveils a blueblood of the highest order in the TurfTV Maiden Stakes as Manifest makes his racecourse bow.
Sudoor is a typical Dunlop blueblood being by Fantastic Light out of a sister to top-class juvenile Bahhare, who won the Champagne Stakes for the Arundel handler.
Dropped to a mile and raised in class at Nottingham, he shaped with real promise to chase home Godolphin blueblood Librettist, with some smart performers well beaten.
And, given his background in pensions, he was not worried that the last senior partner from the blueblood corporate side had been Digby Jones, now director general of the CBI.
Brit blueblood Tennant, aka Lord Glenconner, purchased the wee, idyllic Caribbean isle Mustique for a pittance in 1956.
The Chairman's Blueblood Award - bestowed to someone who "embodies the Evertonian spirit" - will also be presented, along with the Howard Kendall Award, which recognises an outstanding achievement at the Club.