Cambridge blue


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Cambridge blue

n
1. (Colours)
a. a lightish blue colour
b. (as adjective): a Cambridge-blue scarf.
2. (General Sporting Terms) a person who has been awarded a blue from Cambridge University
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'Fresher' rooms are decorated in Cambridge Blue with leather chairs and floor-to-ceiling windows while 'Scholar' rooms, found on the upper levels, have glass-fronted balconies.
"My gut feeling is that she'll go for Cambridge blue, but, whatever she wears, it will be EXTREMELY simple and classic, because I think she will be very conscious of not wishing to draw focus from the bride."
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He did, however, have a long club career with Wasps, often playing behind Andrew at fullback, in a mirror image of the arrangement that had seen him play in front of fellow Cambridge blue and England hopeful Marcus Rose in the blue-and-white hoops of Cov.
BOAT Race rower Hannah Roberts bounced back from her near sinking in the Cambridge Blue Boat to take a superb pairs gold at the European University Games in Zagreb.
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If you haven't space and want something attractive and long-flowering for a large container, you could mix it with Salvia patens 'Cambridge Blue' and Perilla 'Shiso Red' for dark emphasis.
London, United Kingdom, November 05, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The challenge was the idea of John Pritchard a former Cambridge Blue Rower and Olympic Medallist, who put together a team that would attempt to row the entire length of the mighty Mississippi in a Victorian skiff to raise $1m for children in disadvantaged communities around the world.
HE'S been a British Lion, Welsh captain, Pontypool number eight, Cambridge Blue, journalist, rugby pundit and TV documentary maker.
As well as the typical form, there is one with blue flowers aptly named 'Cambridge Blue'.
However, should the opportu nity to break bread with a man who in his youth was an exceptional cricketer (he won a Cambridge blue for cricket) fail to arise, then Squeezing the Orange offers a delicious alternative.

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