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(used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display

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So maybe the flashier things are empty and meaningless and maybe they aren't, but it means more to me to be there for someone than to be someone.
It's on a premium block of the museum area, surrounded by an eclectic group of large homes in every style, including some of the flashier descendants of this one.
There are a few higher rated rivals to contend with but this three-mile novice event often goes to a tough stayer, rather than the flashier types, and this horse fits the bill.
AMERICAN dramas may be bigger, flashier, slicker and, well, better than many of our dramas - but they'd be nothing without British talent.
They are not quite a company and not quite a duet act; their style is flashier than concert dance yet more artistic than commercial dance.
Last week, the German luxury brand introduced the 911 Carrera 4, a flashy new model with an even flashier price tag, in Cairo.
A spin-off of the hugely popular television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI Miami places more emphasis on police work rather than science, sharing its parent show's penchant for grisly crime re-enactments and boasts a flashier cinematographic style that befits its sun-kissed locale.
Journalists may recoil, but is a thinner, flashier, more local newspaper, with a smaller newsroom staff, the best financial model for an industry that is enduring a painful contraction with no end in sight?
In northwest Arkansas, where bigger and flashier banks have struggled, FSB's two branch offices don't even keep Saturday banking hours.
And despite the production's flashy casting (Joe Mantegna and Ron Silver rounded out the ensemble), "Plow" nearly ended up as the illegitimate younger brother of the playwright's "Glengarry Glen Ross," a flashier play about people even nastier than Charlie Fox and Bobby Gould, "Plow's" Tinseltown barracudas.
Being the younger and flashier of the two, Irwin gets many of the film's best lines, while Hector's over-the-top affection for learning can border on the embarrassing.
We have seen flashier witches' caves, but the entry of pseudo-Mercury (a reptilian fellow born on stage as a kind of demon seed) was certainly memorable.
On the other hand, it can set up rivalry among team members, in terms of, for example, flashier witness roles or more time allotted for a witness examination within the strict time limits enforced during a tournament.
While the new Excel will be flashier and have new functions, link improvement is not one of them.
Historians of Scottish history focus their attention on a period that is widely considered formative in Scottish national identity, but has escaped large scale and detailed academic analysis in favor of the flashier Stuarts after 1329.