Big Blue

  1. a reliable and deadly 15,000-pound fragmentation bomb that explodes just above ground with a large radius; the largest conventional bomb in existence; used in Afghanistan
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How To Use Big Blue In A Sentence

  • The preferred overwintering sites of adult chinch bugs are dense clumps of native warm-season bunchgrasses such as little bluestem, big bluestem and switchgrass.
  • Based on modern plant distribution and abundance, it is plausible that Panicum sp. and Andropogon sp. grains are largely derived from the species switchgrass and big bluestem, respectively.
  • Madame Roux made quite a pretty picture with her delicate nose firmly in the air, her eminently kissable lips primmed into a forbidding line, and her big blue eyes taking care to look at everything but him. Shameless
  • If the above grass species identifications are correct, perhaps there are additional characteristics of big bluestem and switch grass that merit further attention.
  • Within minutes of the Giants' defeat, Twitter was abuzz with sarcastic thank you notes for Big Blue. Raise Your Hand If You Had Seattle
  • He began cracking open big blue tins of butter cookies and feeding the dogs on his route.
  • His big blue eyes opened wide in wonderment.
  • It was pan of the Navy which Kelly had rarely seen, the Big Blue Team at work, commanding the ocean. WITHOUT REMORSE
  • A big blue flag of a Cowboys helmet with his signature hangs above his favorite pool table.
  • She was short and skinny with long blonde hair and big blue eyes.
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