Well-Heeled


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Well-Heeled

Informal for rich or wealthy.
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Meanwhile, Redrow Homes' Sovereign Gardens development, just off The Park in Cheltenham, is appealing to other well-heeled buyers with the showhome launch of its Sovereign Gardens development.
Another may be the political power of timber, mining and other well-heeled special interests that often bridle at the prospect of strong environmental regulation.
Whether watching fewer commercials, or resenting the onslaught of ads the well-heeled will be sending our way, TV fans could very well make it necessary for candidates, rich and poor, to figure out another way into our living rooms.
Aquino adds, "The area sees plenty of traffic from well-heeled customers, which is why it is so sought after.
The problem is that the Dobson faction is well-heeled, able to flood evangelical churches with materials reflecting his views.
Vehicles that could be bought and raced successfully by well-heeled and aspiring owners would have been built instead.
org compiles contribution data on the presidential contenders and organizes them in charts and color-coded maps showing where each candidate's major financial support comes from, as well as who elicits repeat donations, who's the favorite among the well-heeled, and who has the most grassroots support.
The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), a well-heeled network of Religious Right lawyers, is threatening to challenge the MFIA's moratorium in court, the Detroit Free Press reported in late January.
When the club opened much fuss was made about the membership area which cost pounds 750 a year to join with the promise that well-heeled punters could sip their drinks alongside superstars including, er, Malachi Cush and Sinead Quinn.
While its well-heeled cousin, consumer tissue, enjoys national advertising programs, flashy packaging, and media coverage, the commercial market operates mostly "behind the scenes," in plain brown packaging.
Seemingly, by listening to an itinerant, well-heeled failure talk about his screw-ups, people feel less devastated by their own mistakes.
They suggest well-heeled scavengers taking possession of this nowtamed habitat.