THE largest wall of Boston Ivy in Britain is a blaze of red, showing Cambridge University is not just for social climbers
Having safely reached occupied Paris, the friends mingle with art smugglers and forgers, social climbers
, showbiz starlets, bluffers, swindlers, and profiteers, French and German, as Jean learns to make his way in a world of murky allegiances.
I could not agree with you more about those with a mistaken sense of selfimportance but about social climbers
being much nicer, I am very glad you said sometimes.
We are a national of social climbers
and snobs (sometimes inverted) who constantly judge others but are terrified of being judged ourselves.
Nothing wrong with betterment JAMES Benton (Letters, March 6) says that working class people who vote Conservative, and Labour Party people who accept knighthoods, are social climbers
Acclaimed Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino's The Great Beauty, set in Rome, and a beautiful feast of social climbers
, politicians, high-flying criminals, journalists, actors, artists and Belgian director Marion Hansel's comedy, Tenderness, complete the list.
Cherry's ability to read people is incredibly telling as AMelia is surrounded by vapid socialites and scheming social climbers
In such a way, a very hierarchical network will be increasingly more hierarchical, and will feature a great quantity of social climbers
It contains a hundred times more schmoozers and social climbers
and lobbyists and parasites than it does individuals genuinely committed to the common good in different ways.
A TOWN in Italy has become a magnet for climbers after allowing them to clamber all over its public buildings.
Their lifestyle remained a mystery throughout to their neighbours, Margo (Penelope Keith) and Jerry Leadbetter (Paul Eddington), social climbers
who despite their bemusement continued to support and help their friends.
Barnaby and Jones, above, are thrust into a case involving jealousy and social climbers
as they try to get to the bottom of the mystery.