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- v. To use a blue paint or glaze.
- v. To tout a business or organization's commitment to social responsibility, and to use this perception for public relations and economic gain; to present a humanitarian front in this manner.
- n. A wash of blue paint or glaze.
What is even more striking to me is how DC has decided to ahem "bluewash" this bit of history with their reprintings of early Batman issues.
Despite losing the seven remaining Kent seats in a Tory 'bluewash', three of Labour's long-serving representatives have guaranteed a strong future.
It's a competence-driven philanthropy strategy that's not just smart PR or bluewash - it's good business.
Staffordshire Conservatives were today celebrating an unprecedented bluewash as they took control of the county council for the first time in 28 years.