Upmarket


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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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Crowne Plaza is expanding the upmarket sector,'' Mr Shepherd added.
The premises created within the railway arches are designed for upmarket tenants, attracted by the upgrading -- not to say gentrification -- of the area stimulated by the Bastille Opera.
Each Saturday will see Alternative Markets take over the gardens, and then be replaced the following day by Upmarket Sunday, which will temporarily relocate from its current venue at Brook Street into the gardens.
Goodwin's home in the upmarket Morn-ingsiddistrict of Edinburgh was vandalised after he refused to give up any of his retirement package.
NEWCASTLE Quayside is now home to one of four upmarket cosmetic surgery clinics launched by a pioneer of the UK industry.
And the deal could spark fierce new "store wars" in Birmingham city centre with plans by Baugur to take the chain upmarket, intensifying competition with the likes of Selfridges and Debenhams.
THERE are bargains to be had from leading Greece & Cyprus specialist, Olympic Holidays which is highlighting a 14-night flight-only departure from Birmingham to Larnaca on July 2 for only pounds 65 or a seven-night flight-only from Birmingham to the upmarket Greek island of Santorini for pounds 132 on July 4.
Corfu: CV Travel (0870 606 0013) reductions of around 10on property in upmarket stretches of the coast, starting at pounds 437 per person for seven nights, including flights from Manchester.
That bought him a pounds 750,000 mock Tudor mansion in upmarket Meriden - and his pounds 60,000 Mercedes.
SIX upmarket detached houses are to be built on the site of a former nursing home alongside Chepstow Racecourse.
With a hoped-for circulation of about 4,000, Frontier hopes to attract both upmarket readers willing to pay pounds 1.