And the Republican Party will be even more desperate for new blood than it is now.
Tear me away, I say: the veins rise; they blacken; they are filling with new blood.
That is the force in the new blood—by summer I shall be quite well.
No new blood has been introduced, and no deer have died of disease.
But he believed also in "new blood," and was for ever on the look-out for it.
The cornea, or parts of it, may become of a deep pink or salmon colour from the formation in it of new blood vessels.
Out-crossing or mixing in of new blood is better than hit-or-miss inbreeding.
This was an enormous accession of new blood to a society which in 1904 had only 730 members in all.
Mr. Gladstone has been singularly fortunate in the selection of new blood for his Ministry.
I've given 'em a good deal of valerian and assafoetida,—not quite so much since the new blood came in.