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  • n  a person dressed all in blue (as a soldier or sailor)

  • When Shoemaker refused to move on when the bluecoat said to him: "Come on now, Congressman, be a good fellow and move on" (he wasn't offered any sandwiches and tea as an conduct.
  • Says the bluecoat: "It just seems like never.
  • Garcia knocked down the peaked bluecoat.

  • Andy Burnham in Liverpool Daily Post
    Mr Burnham said: "The reopening of the Bluecoat is a defining moment in Liverpool's year as Capital of Culture." "There is no place I know that has this breadth of creative activity. I'm very pleased that one of the material legacies of 2008...
  • Jeremy Isaacs in Liverpool Echo
    Of course, there have been some low moments: "I was shocked to read about the fire at the Bluecoat," says Sir Jeremy, "while the adverse comment I have most often heard from people is that the city was too much of a building site. But I don't...
  • Shane Richie in Blackpool Citizen
    Shane said: "I was 17 you had to be 18 to be a Bluecoat, so I lied. I really wanted to do it so I just added a year. They never knew. They didn't even find out when I left. I knew from being a small child I wanted to be an entertainer so I didn't...

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