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“It features a Phil Campbell High School red-and-blue bobcat riding a train—a nod to the town's origins.”
“The city's vibrant and sizable Latino community has its main artery on 26th Street, which is already papered in red-and-blue "Luis Gutierrez for Mayor" signs, even though this nine-term congressman has yet to commit to the race.”
“It shows the vision of St. John of Matha: an angel with the red-and-blue cross of the Trinitarian Order holding his protecting hands above a prisoner and a slave.”
“Â This “Threeboot” version of the Legion was unable to stop an oncoming asteroid that threatened to destroy Metropolis, until it was destroyed by a red-and-blue blur …”
“Match of the Day's new red-and-blue studio in Salford showcasing Lineker and Lawrenson's "Movember" charity facial hair; and the Premier League's new bright yellow winter ball.”
“When Stan Lee is willing to spin a little Spidey history -- especially when offering his thoughts on the red-and-blue costume -- well, color us intrigued.”
“I was wearing a calf-length white skirt, a red-and-blue blouse, and a white long-sleeved jacket, and flats.”
“The Final Destination" comes to Blu-ray and DVD equipped with those red-and-blue glasses, but therein lies the problem for all 3-D films when they hit home video.”
“Mr. Weschler was wearing a white button-down shirt with his initials embroidered on the pocket, along with a red-and-blue tie.”
“The flight attendants were effectively Giants cheerleaders, clad in the team's red-and-blue regalia, and they chanted and clapped in rhythm to welcome the players on to the plane.”
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