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Fat Cat

Informal; a wealthy person. The term is derogatory and connotes a person who flaunts his/her wealth ostentatiously and/or does not work to earn it.
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Bangor had never seen anything quite like the Fat Cat before - the bar served food throughout the day, was furnished with distressed wood panelling cannibalised from closed churches or schools, and crucially its laid-back approach proved a massive hit with women.
And the fat cats in the skyboxes were too busy eating lobster tails, sipping wine and martinis, exchanging business cards, talking on their cell phones, or dozing.
Gramm was so infuriated that he ordered police officers to remove the fat cats from his rally, only to be told that New Hampshire law did not proscribe feline protests.
For every banker getting a bonus, Fifty people end up homeless, Today's the day the fat cats are having a party.
FAT Cats Caf Bar, above, on St Mary's Place, Newcastle, is new to the business property market.
FAT CATS in the City of London have pocketed pounds 14BILLION in bonuses this year.
She will table a motion blasting the way Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt and the Government have lined the pockets of the fat cats.
The 'diet plan for fat cats' promises to cut payments to the most senior councillors - known as special responsibility allowances - by 10 per cent and then to freeze all councillors' allowances for four years.
Has anybody done any research to see if Rover would poll more votes if he appeared immediately below Butch instead of after three candidates from the Fat Cats party?
It seems the over-fed fat cats are determined to change our children into brainless billboards.
A pair of ``HSBC Fat Cats'' - Friends of the Earth campaigners in costume - protested outside the Barbican Centre in London's financial district carrying briefcases overflowing with money in protest at extravagant boardroom pay.
Members of the unions will hold banners reading "Don't let the fat cats cream any more off".