BLUES


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AcronymDefinition
BLUESBetter Logic Using Expert Software (Salvatore T. March publication)
BLUESBay Logistik, Umwelt und Entsorgungs Systeme (German: Bay Logistics, Environmental and Disposal Systems; Germany)
BLUESBoeing Look Up Everything System
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The stable-yard exhibited unequivocal symptoms of the glory and strength of the Eatanswill Blues.
There was a pretty garden around the house, where blue trees and blue flowers grew in abundance and in one place were beds of blue cabbages, blue carrots and blue lettuce, all of which were delicious to eat.
The poor soldier fell without injury on the moist ground, and the blue light went on burning, but of what use was that to him?
There were neat fences at the sides of the road, painted a dainty blue color, and beyond them were fields of grain and vegetables in abundance.
The Blue Light scorns the labour-saving arts of modern pharmacy.
It passes directly beneath the Blue Place of Seven Skulls.
The blue lines shifted and changed a trifle and stared expectantly at the silent woods and fields before them.
The schooners moored to the quay are trim and neat, the little town along the bay is white and urbane, and the flamboyants, scarlet against the blue sky, flaunt their colour like a cry of passion.
In this moment of imminent peril, a Pierced-nose chief, named Blue John by the whites, offered to approach secretly with a small, but chosen band, through a defile which led to the encampment of the enemy, and, by a sudden onset, to drive off the horses.
Hard is the path from A to Z, And puzzling to a curly head, Yet leads to Books--Green, Blue, and Red.
He hurriedly but vainly tried to get his foot out of the stirrup and did not remove his frightened blue eyes from Rostov's face.
Between their trunks one saw glimpses of yellow harvest fields, gleams of golden sand-hills, and bits of blue sea.