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a socially prominent person

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AM I alone in thinking far too much coverage was given to the wedding of a billionaire hedge fund manager and a socialite at the weekend?
The event took place in the presence of key representatives from the media industry and socialites from the entire Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region in addition to management members of the Ipsos regional and global teams and official figures.
E-cig users will be able to purchase Socialites products in the duty-free area, ahead of boarding.
Socialites in the Welsh capital were found to attend 28 per cent more events than the average, with those in Leeds coming second with 27 per cent.
And, with a set of offspring who make the likes of real-life socialites Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Kimberley Stewart look positively tame, the Tripps are up to their necks in legal woes.
The socialite was in Dublin to launch a new mobile internet service for Vodafone, which will allow users to access their favourite sites such as Ebay, Myspace and Google.
via EastEnders, with a few pop stars and socialites in between, Wales was awash with golfing celebrities this weekend.
The young caddie became a player of note but gravitated toward clubmaking, fashioning clubs for socialites and some of the game's top players.
Women, from socialites and royalty to movie stars, are glad he did.
They give us no landmarks in her artistic career except to say that after an early concert in London, she "met all the socialites, including the Prince of Wales.
The first, "Love Notes and Letters", was a collection of her most intimate letters to her lover, Antoine de Villedieu, and the second, "The Letter Case", was an epistolary novel constructed as a set of ten letters from the Marquis de Naumanoir to a nobleman in the provinces, which lightheartedly discuss the romantic misadventures of various Parisian socialites.
Christine Ebersole and Mary Louise Wilson star as Big Edie and Little Edie, the remarkable mother and daughter socialites who lived in squalor in a decaying mansion in the Hamptons.
Defying the notion that American vegetariasm sprang solely from the 1960's radical counterculture, Vegetarian America examines movements from a wide variety of eras, and the physicians, socialites, feminists and other prominent figures who embraced it, from Johnny Appleseed and the Bible Christians to John Harvey Kellogg and the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Celebrities and socialites took to the catwalk in everything from thigh-length tartan boots to traditional plaids in a nod to all that is sexy and special about Scotland.