blue-eyed boy

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blue-eyed boy

n
informal chiefly Brit the favourite or darling of a person or group. Usual US equivalent: fair-haired boy

blue-eyed boy

fair-haired boy
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And so the stupid o'clock kick off times the over-sold, over-priced, over there blue-eyed boys of Woy's 23 were all good reasons to turn off and turn in (to bed).
All hopes are pinned on blue-eyed boys Ross Barkley, Raheem Sterling and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who have done their clubs proud.
Searingly blue-eyed boys Steve McQueen (fire chief) and Paul Newman (architect) fan the flames as America's tallest building turns into the best of the 1970s disaster movies.
He contended that PIA chairman was acting in violation of the laws and giving services extension to the blue-eyed boys on political basis.
Instead he accused Sami of appointing his blue-eyed boys to the IEC regional office.
But finishing-position sellers at Sporting Index's 46 are not asking him to win, merely to show the sort of form he showed when fourth two outings ago at the Travellers Championship and which he used to show at Deere Run in the days when he was rated one of the tour's blue-eyed boys.
15 marks were given to the members of the Board without conducting interview to give a wide range of leverage for accommodating blue-eyed boys on account of like or dislike.
A search of the site for blue-eyed boys with blond hair born in 2002 yielded 263 returns.
TWO of Robson's blue-eyed boys are not good enough - Titus Bungle and Slowa Ameobi.
CINEMA'S blue-eyed boys Robert Redford and Brad Pitt share the screen for the first time as CIA agents.
Searingly blue-eyed boys Steve McQueen (fire chief) and Paul Newman (architect) fan the flames as the world's tallest building turns into the world's biggest bonfire in the best of the 1970s disaster movies.
He said the previous governments used to allocate funds for the public sector organizations facing deficit just to accommodate their blue-eyed boys there without taking effective measures for their reformation.