French blue


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Noun1.French blue - ultramarine pigment prepared artificiallyFrench blue - ultramarine pigment prepared artificially
ultramarine, ultramarine blue - blue pigment made of powdered lapis lazuli
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Total length about 33 inches[...] Iris dull creamy brown, with an outer ring of brownish red, the two colours melting into one another and not sharply defined; face and base of dull french blue, tip of bill black; legs and feet dull yellow; claws black.'
Below: Wild & Wolf 746 phone in French blue, normally priced at PS43.90, but currently on sale for PS35.99, Redcandy.
Wild & Wolf lamp in French Blue, PS36, HurnandHurn.com
Styled as Frenchbee, this is the former French Blue low-cost, long-haul airline based at Paris Orly Airport.
France's low-cost and long-haul airline, French bee (formerly French blue) is a subsidiary of the Dubreuil Group.
It was fresh and bright yellow -- radiating the fashion aesthetics of sleek and edgy cuts, as she draped a net organza french blue dupatta - a very hot combination.
It is available in four colours including French Blue, British Green, Nighthawk Black, and Alabaster Silver Metallic.
French blue lower cabinets anchor the white upper cabinets in the kitchen of a 1950s Maryland ranch house recently renovated by Washington, D.C., architect Chris Snowber of Hamilton Snowber.
Daisy in her bedroom with a pastoral theme conjured with Toile de Jouy French Blue curtains, from PS123 (127cm x 137cm) and blue and white ticking stripe blind, PS117, Hillarys.
That's expected to come from French Blue, a one-year-old French long-haul low-cost carrier that plans to add service between Paris and Tahiti with a stop in San Francisco.
They were well-beaten by the French blue bloods in a match that was physical but the hosts also had the backs who could do damage.