A police car, esp in New York City; black and white: those blue-and-whites rolling slowly up and down in front of her house (1970s+)
Clad in kilts, blue-and-white T-shirts and flags, they out-shouted and, in some cases, shouted down their opponents.
The blue-and-white came falling down like an avalanche of snow.
Why, how then can my domino-box be changed into a geranium and a blue-and-white flower-pot?
Those inclined can always get a good glimpse of blue-and-white striped hose.
There was a blue-and-white, hit-or-miss rag rug on the floor.
He had once spent six weeks in and about this marvellous city, and he had a vague recollection of the blue-and-white enamel signs.
A blue-and-white poster, with her name staring Paris in the face.
Hastily he put a small table on the hearth-rug, spread it with a blue-and-white cloth, set plates and glasses.
On the walls was a blue-and-white paper; even the woodwork was white.
Charity, in a blue-and-white checked cotton gown, with a bandanna around her head, was working in her garden beside the house.