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Synonyms for bluenose

a person who is too much concerned with being proper, modest, or righteous

Synonyms for bluenose

a native or inhabitant of Nova Scotia


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Ann Aspery posted on Facebook: "Really sad news, to any Bluenose that knew him, that Mark 'Squid' Carter has sadly passed away after falling backwards while getting on a coach after the game.
We knew that we were entering a space in the business software industry that is very new, and that the market would first need to be taught what CSM is," recalls Jaime Morocco, community and customer marketing manager at Bluenose.
However, none of the Blues legends could fathom how any of the present players could not rise to the occasion of playing in front of all the passionate Bluenoses at St.
CREDIT to the Bluenose joker who produced the following tongue in cheek tag-line on Twitter while watching the game back home.
The annual Bluenose awards will also be presented on the night to the current Everton players named Player and Young Player of the Season.
The trucking company announced the sale at the Bear Steams Global Transportation Confer David Humphrey, director of Arkansas Best investor relations, said the agreement to sell the unit to Bluenose Holdings Inc.
Genetic and spatial analyses suggest that what was previously described as the Bluenose herd of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) comprises three separate populations.
It concerns the Bluenose who, on his 50th birthday, blithely announces his intention to carry on living until he reaches the grand old age of 100.
The most famous of these, the Bluenose, was launched 75 years ago.
A Halifax seafood distributor, Bluenose Seafood Inc.
Not many men would relish a tussle with Bilic, but then Bluenose light heavyweight world champion Tony Bellew is not someone to be concerned by another's combative reputation.
From fishing boats to lobster traps, Highland flings to the Bluenose itself, this book has all the fixings of a Maritime Christmas.
They were joined by city leaders and famous football fans, Bluenose Jasper Carrott and The Twang lead singer Villan Phil Etheridge, to launch Birmingham's shot at bringing the tournament home, outside the Council House yesterday.
Here to tell you all that Old Bluenose is back," says Findlay, before singing his own version of Loch Lomond.