What's beyond contention is that, unlike members of the Volvo set in his cabinet, Clinton presents a mixed pedigree of yuppie
and working stiff, a few parts Hope, a few parts New Haven, equal measures of hardscrabble and suburbia, a little bit country and a little bit rock n' roll.
The way we live now, I worry that I might be mistaken for a yuppie
dressed for action; Rupert takes aim with new rifle, watched by Sgt Yuppie
; Our man Rupert in his grass uniform
27) They were usually twenty to thirty years old, college educated and overwhelmingly White single men and women (some in Harlem were Black Yuppies
or "Buppies" (28) or Gay Yuppies
, "Guppies" in Chelsea, West Village sections of New York City).
has lost his way, but again we're hoping the better ground will bring about improvement.
Like the trend-setting original, which became a favourite of young upwardly mobile professionals - Yuppies
- during the 80s, Penny Blacks will focus on fine wine and premium continental lagers.
Bateman embodies both the well-groomed image of the Wall Street yuppie
and the gruesome image of the serial killer.
I was a Mother Earth subscriber for over 20 years but the yuppies
finally got the best of me.
Other Off-Broadway shows that prospered during a summer when Broadway quietly strove to maintain its status quo included the boisterous Cowgirls, with its cheerful country-and-western twang and a cast of six women of strong musical talents, and the brightly paced I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, a revue dwelling on the fits, misfits, and sometimes outfits of two yuppie
Five Brothers Mushroom, the lowest-sodium of Ragu's six-flavor yuppie
line, was still too high.
The author sees renewed social divisions around types of foods consumed, highlighted through new yuppie
gourmandise, and of course new gender issues about food preparation as additional targets for the final quarter-century of this coverage.
The so-called yuppie
who used to dine out four or five times a week, now goes out once a week.