- n. A female given name from the precious stone.
“Welcome to the SAPPHIRE Family data is displayed and games are played, Sapphire shepherds the performance oriented with ground-breaking solutions to an environment that remains in a constant state of flux and ultimate evolution.”
“The name Sapphire came from the popular but racist radio and television program Amos ’n Andy in the personification of a hostile, nagging black female character.”
“A huge crowd turned out to hear what the poet and author who goes only by the name Sapphire had to say -- so big ...”
“Sapphire is the face of the watch; cheaper alternatives might be plastics.”
“Yet this picture gives up its big surprise early on: The red-headed, fair-skinned corpse discovered as the film opens—a pretty young woman called Sapphire—turns out to have been of mixed race passing for white.”
“Mr. KRAVITZ: There was a book called "Push" written by a writer called Sapphire, and this is the film adaptation.”
“Sony showed two new Blu-ray prototypes, called Sapphire 1 and Sapphire 2, which will support a new, wider color gamut called xvYCC (although Sony, of course, has its own nomenclature, x.v. Color).”
“Sony showed two new Blu-ray prototypes, called Sapphire 1 and Sapphire 2, which will support a new, wider color gamut called xvYCC although Sony, of course, has its own nomenclature, x.v.”
“A beautiful woman named Blossom who DJs at a club called Sapphire?”
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