Blue Ribbon Pairs

Some articles on ribbon, ribbons, blue ribbon pairs, pairs, blue ribbon:

Royer Labs
... some consider to be one of the foremost manufacturers of ribbon microphones ... has combined the traditional warmth of vintage ribbon microphones with modern output levels ... While older ribbon microphones had a great sound, the ribbons were weak and would break easily ...
Ribbon Symbolism
... Pieces of ribbon are used as symbols of support or awareness for various social causes and are called "awareness ribbons" ... Ribbons are used in some ceremonies, such as in a ribbon cutting ceremony ... Ribbons also find use in gift wrapping, symbolic reference to the opening of a new event etc ...
The Sponge - Quotes
... George! Walker #1 Hey, where's your ribbon? Kramer Oh, I don't wear the ribbon ... Walker #2 You don't wear the ribbon? Aren't you against AIDS? Kramer Yeah, I'm against AIDS ... I mean, I'm walking, aren't I? I just don't wear the ribbon ...
Ribbon Yarn
... Ribbon or tape yarn is a kind of novelty yarn ... It is made of ribbon, but generally not the kind of ribbon used in sewing and millinery ... Rather, they are ribbons made especially for knitting or crocheting, with some in a tubular form, some woven flat, and some similar in appearance to bias tape ...
Mini-Blue Ribbon Pairs
... The Mini-Blue Ribbon Pairs national bridge championship is held at the fall American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) North American Bridge Championship (NABC) ... The Mini-Blue Ribbon Pairs is a four-session matchpoint pairs event with two qualifying sessions and two final sessions ... fewer than 5,000 masterpoints who have earned a blue ribbon qualification ...

Famous quotes containing the words blue and/or ribbon:

    Notice how he has numbered the blue veins
    in my breast. Moreover there are ten freckles.
    Now he goes left. Now he goes right.
    He is building a city, a city of flesh.
    He’s an industrialist.
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    I’ll tell you how the Sun rose--
    A Ribbon at a time--
    Emily Dickinson (1831–1886)