“Mostly, I had questions: How could I be a feminist and parade in ball gowns in front of elite boy bluebloods, window-shopping for future society wives?”
“They regularly derided his staff as a bunch of dreamers and bluebloods, and, as Jane put it, “sneeringly said that the initials stood for ‘Oh So Secret’ or for ‘Oh So Social.’””
“Duke has its historic riches, Butler is a program with no athletic dorm, no exotic facilities, and long bus rides for the norm, while the bluebloods charter jets.”
“From Babe Ruth to Derek Jeter, Joltin 'Joe to A-Rod, the Yankees have almost always been the bluebloods of baseball.”
“Well-fed bluebloods wrap themselves in theater curtains, pile on the baubles, and commission royal portraits for which they assume expressions of such preposterous self-importance as to nullify any trace of human dignity.”
“Not only did Ohio State lose, so did previously unbeaten No. 5 Nebraska – and the power conference outsiders from No. 3 Boise State and No. 4 TCU now have two fewer bluebloods to block the path to the national championship game.”
“Its society was dominated by a small clique of ruling families, tribal bluebloods who met in a local senate.”
“Had the city's bluebloods curtailed their party circuitas was the case in Londondo you think Dahl and the rest of The Irregulars would have been as effective?”
“The Roman poet Juvenal, whose classical-period "Satires" of gluttonous bluebloods could have been written last week, is riotously funny and risqué.”
“What happened in between was a matchup between college basketball bluebloods that turned into a gala celebration honoring Krzyzewski.”
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