blue streak


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blue streak

Something that moves very quickly and unceasingly. A: "Could you follow what Rob said?" B: "Not at all. The way he talks a blue streak, I couldn't keep up!"
See also: blue, streak
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He first worked on liquid rocket engines, principally the RZ2 (liquid oxygen/kerosene) and the RZ20 (liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen) at Rolls Royce, and he was also involved with flight trials of the UK's Blue Streak satellite launch rocket at Woomera in Australia.
Favorite products from Blue Streak Designs include t-shirts, tank tops, and hoodys showing favorite sports cars and exotics for the ladies, and tee shirts and muscle shirts for the men with popular muscle cars and sport bikes.
The rocket would have been inconceivable to the 1813 members but, as if to prove that time flies ever faster these days, Blue Streak itself has long joined the ranks of the redundant.
He joked: "I've always wanted a blue streak in my hair but my mother wouldn't let me.
Immediately N of it, in October, a bright white spot and blue streak appeared.
Although the news probably won't stop parents from washing kids' mouths out with soap, it turns out that cussing a blue streak may be a good thing.
Ken Ewan, president of Evans, Ewan, & Brady Agency, based in Georgetown, Texas, has been a member of the Blue Streak program since 2004, representing agencies from Central's Southwest region.
First double August 19, 2002, Brighton, on Blue Streak and Timeless Chick
gt;> Reba McEntire, to Blue Streak when asked about gay
But I don't swear a lot, certainly not a blue streak, whatever that is.
Blue Streak, Inside JetBlue, the Upstart that Rocked an Industry, by Barbara S.
Somewhere Lenny Bruce is laughing - and swearing a blue streak.
Meanwhile his co-star Martin Lawrence went on to give the world, er, Blue Streak and, oh joy, Black Knight.
Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners has designed a 38m-high tower to house the Blue Streak and Thor Abel rockets, the principal exhibits at the National Space Centre in Leicester.
Teens can use as much or as little as they want; for example, some may choose to sport a different hair color each day, others to just apply a pink or blue streak.