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the superlative or most preferable part of something

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a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status

selected as the best

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Even with their support, however, Pargfrider never gains access to the higher circles he hopes to enter.
they act the role of tolerant, wise and fearless critics of `popular' culture; by debating innocuous issues with `wit' and controlled eccentricity they create an atmosphere in which the narrow-mindedness and provincialism of the higher circles are regularly reaffirmed.
And indeed, the young Proust was steadily and deliberately making his way, despite his bourgeois origins, into higher and higher circles of the Faubourg St.
And in a valedictory article, he revealed: "I have been around the higher circles of the Conservative Party for long enough to fear that on Europe, Cameron says one thing in opposition and will do another in government.
NEW Wales soccer captain Joe Ledley has only been in the job a week, but is already moving in higher circles.
Timberlake plays a naive journalist who stumbles across a network of corruption among the higher circles of law enforcement and foolishly decides to expose the chain.
Kinsey has become a sort of god for the sex cult that dominates the higher circles of our major cultural and educational institutions: the media/entertainment cartel and academia.
Mind you, the blame game is always traditionally one that peters out within the SFA, as the buck circulates in the higher circles without finding a resting place.