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"A Bolt from the Blue" is British comedy book and play by David Tristram.
- genre: Comedy
- released on (9 years ago)
"A Bolt from the Blue" is a comedy film directed by Gekidan Hitori.
- also known as Seiten no hekireki
- country: Japan
- language: Japanese Language
- producer: Genki Kawamura
- written by Gekidan Hitori
- based on a story by Gekidan Hitori
- genres: Comedy, Drama
- rating: G
- released on
- official website: www.seiten-movie.com
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by Judith Siefring
a bolt from the blue a sudden and unexpected event or piece of news. The phrase refers to the unlikelihood of a thunderbolt coming out of a clear blue sky. have shot your bolt have done all that is in your power. informal In this idiom, the bolt ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
A bolt from the blue. A sudden and wholly unexpected catastrophe or event, like a " thunderbolt " from the blue sky, or flash of lightning without warning and wholly unexpected. Here " bolt " is used for lightning, though, of course, in strict ...
Junior School Dictionary (2002)
by Linsay Knight, Andrew Delahunty
The news was a bolt from the blue. bolt verb 6 to fasten a door or window with a bolt 7 to run away very quickly and suddenly: The horse bolted after its jockey fell. 8 to eat too. bobsleigh. 62.
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- Like a bolt from the blue
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- It came like a bolt from the blue
He didn't even see it coming.
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