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connected by blood or close acquaintance with people of wealth or social position

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'Big amounts of pork are parked in a legislative district of a well-connected congressman,' Lacson said.
Clr Jean Calvert, Cabinet member for wellbeing and communities, said: "I hope creative businesses get involved and help to build a supportive and well-connected creative community in Kirklees."
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WHO DOES HE THINK HE IS?: Alexander Armstrong, confirmed as being very well-connected
Earlier this year, Meadow Well-Connected launched a major campaign to raise funds.
He adds, The location is vital for terminal market complexes as they need to be well-connected between production and consuming centres.
The well-connected community; a networking approach to community development, 2d ed.
In truth well-connected student Georgia Gould was dignified in defeat.
"For a very long time now we have been told that government is bad, that it exists only to serve the powerful and well-connected, that its job is not important enough to be done by anyone competent, let alone committed, and that all of us are on our own.
The offer of votes for cash was made in March 2000 by an unnamed middle man "well-connected in international footballing circles", says Davies in his book FA Confidential.
Eric was ranked among New York's top real estate lawyers by Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2007 as a "fantastic, talented and tireless lawyer." The 2007 edition of the US Legal 500 described him as a "brilliant young partner" and a "future star who is a well-connected high energy" dealmaker.
"Business leaders in Wales, even those who consider themselves very well-connected, need to remember that tickets are like gold dust," said Victoria Ward, of Fusion Sponsorship Ltd.
What really happened was the concentration of ownership in the hands of a few wealthy, scheming, and well-connected insiders who, it now seems, were conveniently placed to hold Soviet-era enterprises intact until the day when they could again be nationalized outright or brought under central control.
As a well-connected company in the London financial markets, the new Canadian entities--Xstrata Nickel and Xstrata Copper--should deliver a huge influx of investment capital into the region, Cachon says.