from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sweetened and flavored drink made of Scotch whisky and water mixed, after being set on fire, by pouring back and forth between two mugs.
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Sure, the crowd has its share of blue-blazer clad bankers and investors, reading the free weekend Wall Street Journal and Financial Times, checking their Blackberries every 2 minutes as a nervous tick.
White-collar workers, male and female, wear a blue-blazer uniform every day, as does Zhang.
I'm more of a very conservative, blue-blazer kind of guy.
Bart Scott noted, stylish pocket squares, a male model touch that prompted one Web site to label Brady a style icon "because he dares to mix traditional American blue-blazer looks with European minimalism."
Compared with the head-bashing mayhem in your arenas, the Raider Nation is about as rowdy as the blue-blazer crowd at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
The organization is still a bunch of blue-blazer snobs who don't understand the way the game is played by 99 percent of the public.