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The brothers were living in modest homes in Prescot, but regularly bought expensive cars, furnished their homes expensively and travelled abroad a lot.
He dresses expensively, some might say flash, drives loud and large cars and enjoys living the footballer's lifestyle.
The definition of blockbuster in my dictionary is `an expensively produced and commercially successfully film'.
She doesn't fit in with the Middle England image so painfully and expensively acquired by her grandson at Fettes College, the Eton of Scotland.
But don't pretend Mourinho's expensively assembled team are not good to watch.
Both Shamrock Rovers boss Roddy Collins and Longford supremo Alan Matthews have suggested that Drogheda should be performing better considering their expensively assembled squad.
Liverpool crown court heard that Walsby-Tickle, of Kings Drive, Caldy, would claim that people had received two pairs of glasses instead of one,falsify whether spectacle lenses were to be expensively tinted and lie about the number of repairs or replacements the customer needed.
The Russian billionaire bounced around the directors' box as his expensively assembled team of stars fought out a 2-1 win over Liverpool.
Graeme Souness's expensively assembled squad, who face fellow strugglers Leicester on Saturday, are just three points off the drop zone.
Villa bought very expensively under his predecessor John Gregory and have had very little return from some of those acquisitions.
The royal party were so expensively dressed and spoke ever so properly compared to us.
Bracewell watched his expensively assembled Fulham side scrape past Portsmouth at Fratton Park with Bjarne Goldbaek's deflected 72nd-minute free kick the difference between the two teams.
For instance, 7/10 for the sumptuous, if expensively priced Empire pantomime, but only 5/10 for the hard-working, value-for-money Floral Pavilion panto.
"She had very expensively capped teeth with gums reddened to match her lip rouge." Most damning of all, he added: "I believe she's trying to make a career in Hollywood."
Bradford fans wanted boss Jewell sacked last season after his expensively assembled side managed to pick up just five points in seven games.