Some articles on blue, canyon blue livery, livery:
... In the opening sequence, Sasha Vinni emerges from a pond as the "Blue Siren", her nude body is painted bright blue and multiple arms appear and gesticulate behind her like the Avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu ...
... liveries including Maryland One, Slam Dunk One and others feature tails with the canyon blue livery ... The 2,000th "Next Generation" 737 is marked as such in its livery, though the 5,000th 737 is not similarly marked on the outside. 35th Anniversary Combined the original primary livery with the current canyon blue livery ...
... Lazurite is a deep blue to greenish blue ... Other blue minerals such as the carbonate azurite and the phosphate lazulite may be confused with lazurite, but are easily distinguished with careful examination ... The name is from the Persian lazward for blue ...
... premier baseball league in the United States of America and Canada, blue is one of the three colours, along with white and red, on the league's official logo ... A team from Toronto, Ontario, are the Blue Jays ... The Los Angeles Dodgers use blue prominently on their uniforms and the phrase "Dodger Blue" is may be said to describe Dodger fans' "blood" ...
... Luxemburgs, French Drapeau du Luxembourg) consists of three horizontal stripes, red, white and blue, and can be in 12 or 35 ratio ... The flag was defined as a horizontal tricolor of red, white, and blue in 1848, but it was not officially adopted until 1972 ... is almost identical to that of the Netherlands, except that it is longer and its blue stripe is a lighter shade ...
Famous quotes containing the words livery, canyon and/or blue:
“Whether, if you yield not to your fathers choice,
You can endure the livery of a nun,
For aye to be in shady cloister mewed,
To live a barren sister all your life,
Chanting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon.
Thrice blessed they that master so their blood
To undergo such maiden pilgrimage.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“In a world that holds books and babies and canyon trails, why should one condemn oneself to live day-in, day-out with people one does not like, and sell oneself to chaperone and correct them?”
—Ruth Benedict (18871948)
“The Reverend Samuel Peters ... exaggerated the Blue Laws, but they did include Capital Lawes providing a death penalty for any child over sixteen who was found guilty of cursing or striking his natural parents; a death penalty for an incorrigible son; a law forbidding smoking except in a room in a private house; another law declaring smoking illegal except on a journey five miles away from home,...”
—Administration for the State of Con, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)