social class

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Since its launch, the filling rate of this flight, which offers 16 seats in business class and 90 seats in economic class, has reached 60%.
29) I am comfortable being in the same class with someone from a different economic class 4.
THE 11-year-old brought home his first offering from his home economic class at school, a rather delicious fruit salad.
Awareness of and sensitivity to social class, economic class, ethnicity and gender have been important goals of the academy and of honors for the past few decades.
Transaero will offer its new Premium Economic Class on board the Vladivostok service, which it says is comparable to business class and provides dedicated check-in desks and a special menu with appetisers, salads, desserts and hot meals.
We transport people from all walks of life, religions, and economic class, and have never had a problem," said Kyriacou.
Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft will have a seat capacity of 80 with business class and economic class configuration.
IF there is one thing I hate is a litter bug young or old, from any social or economic class.
The chances of children from low-income families working their way up to a higher economic class are less now than was the case 50 years ago, thanks in the main to the disappearance of grammar schools and the dumbing down of education.
High percent of the older persons (67%) of females and 57% of males in the high economic class were obese, compared to 20 and 23% for males and females in the low economic class.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans fear that poverty will increase, while almost the same proportion worry they will find themselves among the lowest economic class, according to a new poll by Catholic bishops.
This can take the form of genocide--a targeted attack on a specific ethnic or religious group--or "politicide," the liquidation of an economic class or other groups deemed enemies of the ruling state.
economic class (includes applicants and their families) 57%,
The dramatic rise in social power and economic class among Baptists in the U.
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