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Upmarket

Describing products intended to appeal to upper class customers. For example, a designer handbag may be described as upmarket. Upmarket products are generally high quality.
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And local resident Mike Hill argued that the type of "high achievers" that the developers hope to attract would be unlikely to buy up-market homes "next to a university campus and with traffic problems getting in and out."
A stretched, up-market version of the Zafira MPV will go on sale early next year
Virgin Blue moving up-market would leave Tiger Airways and the Qantas Group's Jetstar Airways as the only domestic carriers targeting Australia's mass market.
Not all folk want to see or even shop in up-market boutiques, of which there are ample already, and there are plenty of coffee shops to choose from.
Involving 1,028 adults, the poll also revealed that people prefer up-market hotels to traditional B&Bs for a romantic weekend, with a third prepared to fork out pounds 500 for a love break.
BE in no doubt that the new Vauxhall Insignia (the replacement for the Vectra) is going to be a very up-market incarnation.
Two men have been charged in the British Virgin Islands with the murder of a Briton who managed the renovation of an up-market resort.
Although it boasts scores of up-market hotels, the area has few hostels for people travelling on a budget.
It is as clear as day that there will be too few people with the discretionary income to lodge in these up-market caravansaries.
It is believed the person responsible for the midnight theft on March 5 had been drinking in the bar that night and was a regular drinker at the up-market pub.
Time marches on and old wars are forgotten Sir Rocco now very much in command of the up-market group which takes his name.