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n.1.(Zool.) The bluepoll.
2.A Scot; a Scotchman; - so named from wearing a blue bonnet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Heswam on the left hand side of this huge group of athletes, whichincluded 15 French swimmers, all standing out with their bright bluecap. At the start of lap 2, Hungary's Kristof Rasovszky went off andstarted leading, leaving Fontaine fighting behind him, who, half waythrough the second lap was again on his own towards the front-left handside, away from the pack, hoping for a better line.
On the big day my mother would discuss the merits of each crew with Mrs Lees while my father would exchange intelligence about Aintree runners from his world of boilermaking with Mr Lees' assessment of runners from the domain of municipal weighbridges before heading off to the secretive realm of bookies - still illegal in those days - to place bets under the name of Bluecap.
Camera (color, widescreen), Choi Young-hwan; editor, Shin Min-kyung; music, Jang Young-gyu, Dalpalan; production designer, Lee Ha-jun; costame designer, Choi Se-yeon; sound (Dolby Digital), Bluecap; special effects, Demolition; visual effects supervisor, Lee Ju-won; visual effects, Digital Idea; stunt coordinators, Yoo Sang-seob, Joung Youn-heon; assistant directors, Jung Jong-hoon, Shim On.
Despite its relatively small budget by Hollywood standards, the scale of this production, as well as the sound design created by Bluecap Soundworks and the sophisticated digital post-production effects designed by In Sight Visual, demonstrated that Korea was capable of making Hollywood-style blockbusters.
What type of creature had the country name of Jackie Bluecap? 5.
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by Wendell Wilson and the Mineralogical Record, released (2009) by BlueCap Productions, 120 minutes, USD $19.99 plus shipping, order from: