blue angel

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: angel - the sodium salt of amobarbital that is used as a barbiturateblue angel - the sodium salt of amobarbital that is used as a barbiturate; used as a sedative and a hypnotic
amobarbital - a barbiturate with sedative and hypnotic effects; used to relieve insomnia and as an anticonvulsant
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I only know that I swim about in space, with a blue angel, in a state of blissful delirium, until I find myself alone with her in a little room, resting on a sofa.
And yet it has not the blue devils, but the blue angels in it, in the azure tint of its waters.
Based on the investment in Topsun , Aesthetic Vision, United Crown Century and Blue Angel, China Innovation built up an integrated investment portfolio of dual-use technology on solar photovoltaic, LED lighting, energy saving material and media terminal, as well as the establishment of the "new energy", "new light", "new materials" and "new media" industries.
Home to clubs like the Masque, Heebie Jeebies and Zanzibar, it caters for the cooler musical tastes - but you'll also find hallowed institutions like the Blue Angel and Irish bar Pogue Mahone.
Survived by her sisters, Ann Smith and Mary Stoner Hailes, many nieces, nephews, cousins, and countless dear friends, including her cat, Blue Angel, who will miss her bright smile, quick wit, sharp intellect, and encouragement.
Dane O'Neill, who rode Fantasia to win last year's race, partners one of Richard Hannon's two runners, Blue Angel, with Ryan Moore aboard Full Mandate, who was second to 1,000 Guineas market principal Lady Of The Desert in the Group 3 Princess Margaret Abu Dhabi Stakes at Ascot last time.
After stunning audiences with her performance as a Berlin night club singer in The Blue Angel in 1931 she went on to conquer Hollywood in a string of pre-war classics.
From POW to Blue Angel; the story of Commander Dusty Rhodes.
The comedian and actress was active in New York City cabarets in the 1960s and '70s, headlining at clubs like Blue Angel with Elaine May and Mike Nichols.
Blue Angel, by Francine Prose, New York: Harper Collins, 314 pages, $25
Returning repertory consists of Smuin's Carmina Burana, The Blue Angel, Dances with Songs, Frankie & Johnny, The Eternal Idol, and The Christmas Ballet.