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Synonyms for blue

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Synonyms for blue

any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are blue

the sky as viewed during daylight

used to whiten laundry or hair or give it a bluish tinge

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the sodium salt of amobarbital that is used as a barbiturate

any of numerous small butterflies of the family Lycaenidae

turn blue

of the color intermediate between green and violet

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used to signify the Union forces in the American Civil War (who wore blue uniforms)

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characterized by profanity or cursing

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suggestive of sexual impropriety

belonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy

morally rigorous and strict

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It chronicles Ward's career and relationship with his half-brother and trainer Dicky Ecklund (Batman star Christian Bale), a former boxer fallen on hard times on the gritty, bluecollar streets of Lowell, Massachussetts.
A person who works a bluecollar job but has worked for the same company for twenty years and never been a party to a lawsuit or filed any workers" compensation claims and is otherwise very stable, may make a very good defense juror.
Shortages are also evident in bluecollar skills such as high-tech welding, bricklaying, and electrical and carpentry work.
The Philosopher Kings, a documentary about the wisdom of bluecollar workers, manages to be both amusing and moving, and never patronizes its subjects.
Head- hunters like Adecco, TeamLease and LabourNet are now providing semi- skilled and skilled bluecollar employees, such as bricklayers, welders, electricians and carpenters to construction companies.
Area residents were overwhelmingly white, Lutheran, of German descent, conservative, and bluecollar.
The foundation of the Solidarnosc (Solidarity) trade union, the power that had overthrown communism, was bluecollar workers in the giant national corporations.
Seven of the nine type 2 students were able to identify their occupational expectations: 1 listed a routine occupation, 1 bluecollar, 2 white-collar, and 3 identified professional occupations.
A boom in sectors like information technology, business process outsourcing (BPO), telecom, financial services, construction, entertainment and infrastructure, and the consequent explosion of jobs and salaries in the private sector gave the white- and bluecollar Indians an income to afford a plethora of products and services.
25pm) Shia LaBeouf, left, stars this fact-based drama about a bluecollar golfer who overcomes class prejudice for the chance to face his idol in the 1913 US Open.
The powerful tale of modern day vigilantism is reportedly Eastwood's final appearance in front of a camera and the film examines the clashes of ideals in predominantly white, bluecollar American neighbourhoods, where the ethnic and cultural make-up is altered by the influx of immigrants.
Adapted by Richard Price from his novel, the story shares the same bluecollar setting as his earlier Clockers.
Bluecollar jobs, homes, and families all began to leave San Francisco, replaced by whitecollar office jobs in the newly built downtown skyscrapers.
When Buchanan ran again in 1996, he called for "a conservatism of the heart" whose appeal was more populist than conservative and tailored to the Palin demographic: higher wages for bluecollar jobs, an end to unfair trade, fighting the rising tide of globalism, and stemming the economic and cultural decline of the two-parent family.