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Blueprint

1. A construction plan. It is called a blueprint because it historically has been printed on blue paper with white lines.

2. In photography, a copy of a periodical printed before final editing in which images are shown on blue paper.

3. Informal, a plan.

blueprint

A detailed set of plans used as a guide for construction.Because of the economies of a very inexpensive method of creating and copying such plans, they were formerly characterized by white lines on blue paper.

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Sew a light blue print #1 strip and a medium blue tone-on-tone #1 strip together to make a band.
The products will be custom painted by prominent street artists including Retna, El Mac, Typoe, Santiago Rubino, Tes One and London Police and will be on display at Blue Print For Space and then auctioned off to benefit the ArtCenter/South Florida's Arts in Education program.
2 Sew together 4 pieced units, 2 each dark blue print, aqua print, violet print and yellow print 7 5/8" half-square triangles and 4 light gray 5 3/4" quarter-square triangles as shown in Diagram II to make Block D.
A blue print was presented by Railway Officials to the Chief Minister Naveen pattnaik about the Railway Projects in the state at secretariat on Monday.
GEL" a low voltage blue print provider - works for important community leaders, professional athletes, celebrities, interior designers, custom home builders and architects to effectively and seamlessly weave home automation technology into lifestyle.
Light blue print and dark blue print-cut from each:
Bangles, pounds 6, New Look; Black and white underwire swim suit, pounds 20, La Senza; Pink gingham underwire bikini top, pounds 18, bottoms, pounds 8, La Senza; Blue tankini with built-in bra and tummy control top, pounds 28, bottoms pounds 14, Ballet; Green and blue print underwire bikini, pounds 6, Matalan.
Participants will receive a "Technology Blue Print and Roadmap," focusing on the clinical and HIT tools managers can use to share pertinent patient information with other providers, purchasers, and patients across the continuum of care.
1 Referring to Diagram I, sew together 4 cream print 3 1/2" x 6 1/2" rectangles, 4 cream 3 1/2* x 4 1/2" rectangles, 4 cream 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" rectangles, 12 blue print rectangles, 8 blue texture rectangles, 4 red print rectangles and 1 tan print rectangle as shown to make A Block.
Sew an assorted light blue print strip and an assorted medium blue print strip together to make a band.