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A list

or A-list  (ā′lĭst′)
n. Informal
A list or group of the most admired or desirable people, as for a job or social gathering: a private party for Hollywood's A list.

A′-list′ adj.
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Noun1.A-list - a list of names of specially favored peopleA-list - a list of names of specially favored people; "the boss gave me his A-list of people we should try to recruit"
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
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The 21-year-old has become an A-list star after dating US rapper Tyga following his split from Kylie Jenner.
KING OF THE COURT A-list star Leonardo DiCaprio was in the stands watching
30 ( ANI ): Chris Martin is reportedly gearing up for a court battle with a magazine which has threatened to name an A-list star it claims he had an affair with.
The A-list star says he still isn't dating six months after the break-up and is concentrating on acting and looking after son Flynn, 3.
However, according to sources, actress Preity Zinta could be another A-list star to attend the show in which Pakistani singer and actor Ali Zafar will also perform.
The Hollywood heartthrob - who lives with fellow A-list star ANGELINA JOLIE and their six children - gets approached by fans almost everywhere he goes and revealed to Total Film magazine he has even had stalkers break in to his home.
Police in New Orleans swooped on a street where the A-list star was walking yesterday, and took him away.
DAME JUDI DENCH has become the latest A-list star to donate part of her wardrobe to Alder Hey's Imagine Appeal.
She seems so down-to-earth, and the fact that she overcame problems like scoliosis and divorce to become an A-list star is [amazing].
In the midst of the filming, Zeta- Jones, who is married to Hollywood A-list star Michael Douglas, shot a cherry stone at Stewart, who was jailed for five months in 2004 for lying to government investigators about the sale of shares.
But to get her character-driven, regional drama made, Adams needed an A-list star, which meant her dream part went to Ashley Judd with Adams settling into the director's chair.
Rarely does a wide-release pic with an A-list star make an unabashed pitch for, of all things, universal health care.