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catering to, used by, or admitting only the wealthy or socially superior

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elegant and fashionable

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A lot of women doing a similar job to me are paid a lot more - they're posher STEPH MCGOVERN BBC BREAKFAST BUSINESS EXPERT PS350,000-PS399,000 PS200,000-PS249,000 PS200,000-PS249,000 Fiona Bruce private school Sophie Raworth private school Kirsty Wark private school Moira Stuart state school Naga Munchetty private school Laura Kuenssberg private school Victoria Derbyshire private school Mishal Husain private school
I thumbed feverishly through the pages, only to find that the cause of all the fuss was a bit of brutal multi-cultural violence in the posher environs of Berkshire.
10) blew away the field at Brighton last time, and while you can safely say the form from the switchback is usually not worth a macaroon bar for following up at the posher courses, our nap showed plenty of true grit when the chips were down.
Those trusty white Tesco Direct vans are no longer good enough for some of its posher clients -- the ones who spend weekends in the country around Sandringham.
We come from a posher version of the neighborhood in this film,'' says the tall, blond Flemyng, who speaks the most decipherable English of the lot.
The firm are also launching a new posher range of burgers at PS4.
Rail travel is to get posher in Ireland next year with the launch of Belmond - formerly the Orient Express - Grand Hibernian train, with 20 en suite carriages, two dining cars and an observation carriage.
Commentators have reflected on his clothes, his speaking style, even his prep school education - and I am happy to acknowledge that he is better dressed, better spoken and, indeed, much posher than me.
well, the posher end of my constituency" Business Secretary Vince Cable, a Liberal Democrat who sits for Twickenham "I passed my eyes over her as a cannibal views his dinner, my gaze sharp enough to pick the meat off the bones" Wolf Hall writer Hilary Mantel, below, recalls her first meeting with the Queen "I just had this thought.
A Wayne with Italian words WHEN Wayne Rooney gave an interview to Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica this week, one of our own posher organs ran some of the quotes, with an advisory note to its readers that the England star's "words might seem unusually expressive, having been translated into Italian and back again".
Posh and Posher (BBC2, 9pm) This one-off documentary looks at the academic origins of politicians around the country and how this affects their social mobility.
The base gratuity may be 20p in most Liverpool pubs, but in posher places it can run to a gin and tonic.
I used to go when it was 4d on the front rows on benches, and 7d in the posher seats at the back, the cinema had no upstairs.
for his observation: "It sounds to me as though your readers are getting posher.
Some of my posher colleagues, led by Ed Hawkins, squeal like excited pigs at feeding time when a cricket match is about to start.