powder-blue


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powder-blue

[ˈpaʊdəˈbluː] ADJazul pálido
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Magnolia leaves accented Mary Frances' organic bouquet of peonies, dahlias, and roses, hand tied with a powder-blue silk ribbon.
he male black-tailed skimmer has a grey thorax and a powder-blue abdomen with yellow spots along the sides and a black tip.
INCHEON, South Korea -- Wearing a powder-blue logo of a map symbolizing peace between the Koreas, the most talked-about team at this year's Olympics finally saw game action Sunday in a friendly that drew thousands of spectators in a country that's never showed much passion for hockey.
With his family's help, he bought a vineyard (nice work if you can get it), got to work, and in 1989 made the cover of The Wine Spectator, wearing a domino mask and powder-blue polyester riding gear, a wine bottle in a holster at his hip, holding the reins of a white horse.
She and husband William are expecting their second child in April, but any pregnancy bump was well hidden under her powder-blue, military-style coat.
His outfit included a powder-blue shirt and pants, red kerchief, Stetson hat, boots, a gun belt and Colt pistols.
Baby blue With pastels all over the high street, this powder-blue jumper works just as well with a feminine skirt as with jeans Baby-blue polo neck, PS15, BHS; skirt PS14, F&F @ Tesco; pink and black ankle-strap shoes, PS12, Primark; bag, PS75, Vanilla Paris
"It is time for David Cameron to put on that pineapple-coloured wig and powder-blue suit, whirl his handbag round his head and bring it crashing to the table with the words 'No, non, nein"' - London Mayor Boris Johnson, pictured, urging the Prime Minister to emulate Margaret Thatcher's firmness in dealing with the EU budget.
The marketing folks can only hope these berets go over as well as they did in 2002, when the US team wore powder-blue berets at the Winter Olympics that became instant hits and quickly sold out at stores around Salt Lake City.
On the second day of her tour of Wales to celebrate 60 years on the throne, the Queen - wearing a powder-blue suit by Liverpool-born designer Angela Kelly and matching hat - was given a very warm and affectionate welcome at the bunting-covered tower gates at Glanusk.
Lynne Hunter, Pencaitland AThis is the caption in here ples Ceanothus Blue Mound has lovely powder-blue flowers in spring and neat foliage throughout the year.
Under powder-blue skies, Michaela's favourites, lilies and red roses, fluttered among the dahlias and carnations left in loving memory of the 27-year-old.