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having an illustrious reputation

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exerting influence by reason of high status or prestige

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It is so difficult to build a new office building in New York and so impossible to get a prestigious location that there aren't going to be many more buildings like 731 Lexington left.
We are extremely honored and proudly accept this prestigious TOBY award on behalf of the entire team of professionals at Trammell Crow Company.
Dress to impress for photos and videos, as the event will be recorded and you will have the opportunity to mingle and be photographed with the team from Prestigious Models.
More prestigious underwriters avoid smaller and more speculative firms since those issuers are more likely to fail--and incur greater legal liabilities under the due diligence requirement--than undertaking larger and less speculative firms.
A UNIVERSITY lecturer is spending a month in Denmark after accepting a prestigious professorship.
We are honored to have the opportunity to work with Hovnanian Enterprises on this prestigious assignment," stated Macnow.
At the end of a long day, having already won the triple jump at one of the nation's most prestigious track and field meets and jumping in less-than-optimal conditions, the Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks jumper wanted more.
Prestigious Living is delighted to announce the opening of its North-East office under the name Prestigious Living (North-East) Limited at Newcastle Business Park.
Menus designed by prestigious chefs in Argentina, Peru and Chile, along with fine wines selected by master sommelier Hector Vergara, gave LanChile an easy win in the Best Airline Food category.
Prestigious institutions, by definition, exclude more people than they embrace.