Although likely only a Duke grad would use the word "cerulean" in casual conversation, and although rumor has it that Nebiros was, in fact, a UNC fan, the correct answer is C.
In Paris nude statues are â€œdraped in cerulean blue.â€
It was odd, but she had always liked the word cerulean so much.
This time he addresses, among much else, the spread of neocon ideology, the reconstruction of Iraq and environmental desecration (there's a subplot involving a campaign to save a songbird called the cerulean warbler).
At the river, the Lady and Malcolm encounter the kind of cerulean blue sky that would have given John Constable palpitations.