Blue print

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a copy in white lines on a blue ground, of a drawing, plan, tracing, etc., or a positive picture in blue and white, from a negative, produced by photographic printing on peculiarly prepared paper.

See also: Print

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The girl was tall and wore a dress of pale blue print. She walked with a certain springiness of step and erectness of bearing.
The brown gingham and the blue print will do you for school when you begin to go.
But that night in the twilight the vision of the rocking-chair was a girl in a blue print dress, with a little, golden-haired shape at her knee--a shape that lisped and prattled and called her "mother;" and both of them were his.
The bride held a bouquet and tied the knot in a blue print day dress.
Prints charming Style tip This gorgeous, high-quality kaftan is 100% cotton, comes in cherry red or blue print, and can be worn with or without the belt.
2 Sew together 4 unit 1's, 4 lime B's, and 1 blue print B as shown to make a block (Diagram II).
He also assembled the best brains in Lagos to build and craft an economic, political and infrastructural blue print, an amazing template that wasn't only the hallmark of success of his regime, but also serves as guiding light for successive administrations.
Join light blue print #1 A's and green tone-on-tone A's to make 98 units 2's.
Pakistan's approach changed from defensive to offensive in the past year which led them to victories and silverware and the South African insists, even after failing against New Zealand, the blue print of their plan won't change.
The Cath Lab Patient Care Pathway Program utilises the expertise of MedAxiom Consulting to assess cardiovascular programs, specifically catheterization labs, and create a blue print for best-practice care delivery.
This delicate blue print skirt will be amazing with a simple white tee and trainers.