BLEU

bleu or BLEU may refer to:

  • the French word for blue
  • Three Colors: Blue, a 1993 movie
  • BLEU (Bilingual Evaluation Understudy), a machine translation evaluation metric
  • Belgium–Luxembourg Economic Union
  • Bleu (musician), a member of pop-group L.E.O.
  • Blue cheese, a type of cheese
  • Deis, a character from the Breath of Fire games who is known as "Bleu" in the English versions
  • Corbin Bleu, an American actor, model, dancer and vocalist
  • Parti bleu, 19th century political group in Quebec, Canada
  • Blended Low Enrichment Uranium, a type of fuel for nuclear fission reactors

Other articles related to "bleu":

Grand Bleu
... Bluewings supporters group is called GRAND BLEU ... The GRAND BLEU was organised in the late 1995 as the supporter club of the Bluewings ... The Best and 우리가 가면 길이 된다 (English Our path becomes the true path), the GRAND BLEU has now grown as one of the largest and the most influential supporters group in the K-League ...
Dusit Thani Group - History
... also formed an alliance with Le Cordon Bleu, the world’s largest, distinguished culinary arts institute in Paris ... In August 2007, the Le Cordon Bleu Dusit Culinary School opened, making it the first of its kind in the Southeast Asian region ... Besides Dusit Thani College and the Le Cordon Bleu Dusit joint venture, the Dusit Executive Development Center Co ...
Sports In New Orleans, Louisiana - Track and Field/Cross Country - College Track and Field
... Dillard Bleu Devils -- The Dillard Bleu Devils men's track and field team and Dillard Lady Bleu Devils women's track and field team represents Dillard University in the NAIA ...
Sports In New Orleans, Louisiana - Track and Field/Cross Country - College Cross Country
... Dillard Bleu Devils -- The Dillard Bleu Devils men's cross country team and Dillard Lady Bleu Devils women's cross country team represents Dillard University in the NAIA ...
List Of Introduced Bird Species - Passeriformes - Estrildidae
... and perhaps the Hawaiian Islands Blue-breasted Cordon-bleu, introduced successfully to Zanzibar and the Hawaiian Islands unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti and St Helena Red-cheeked Cordon-b ...