red carpet treatment


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Translations
großer Bahnhof

red carpet treatment

ntrattamento d'onore
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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OUR YEAR 11 PUPILS who picked up their GCSE results in August enjoyed the red carpet treatment at a special 'Hall of Fame' themed event.
Pacquiao and Matthysse got the red carpet treatment upon their grand arrival at Le Meridien Tuesday morning.
'The Saudi government has given the red carpet treatment, we have been invited every year and we will still be invited,' the Parit Buntar MP added.
While theTrump administration have been forced into reversing their appalling migrant family separation policy, their actions have underlined once again why the UK should under no circumstances be giving DonaldTrump the red carpet treatment and why we should cancel his state visit in July.
North Korea's "Little Rocket Man" by contrast will enjoy the red carpet treatment in Singapore over the next few days as the radioactive braggarts compare nukes.
"It was a real proud moment for me and my team to see a Pakistani film given the red carpet treatment in London's most iconic destination." The media spotlight provided a platform for the team behind 'Cake' not only showcase this film, but Pakistani stories and the country's cinema as a whole.
While the doors of the party are opened to those that want to join the party, there should be no red carpet treatment for anyone', he said.
It has always been an embarrassment that this overblown, misogynistic, bullying excuse for a president should be given the red carpet treatment here.
BUDDING Steven Spielbergs were given the red carpet treatment at a cinema in Wrexham recently.
New College students (from left) Georgia Fearnley, Hannah Duell, Courtney Larcombe, Scot Ireland, Joe |Sedda and Damon Whittle get the red carpet treatment at the college's Creative Media Awards evening
And former Baggies legend Tony 'Bomber' Brown says McClean (right) will be given the red carpet treatment at the club thanks to the glowing report he's received from Giles.
The journalist Aco Kabranov from Sloboden Pecat, implies that for a long time the media suggested that the Indian businessman Subrata Roy is a deceiver, even when the government gave him the red carpet treatment. At that time, the tales for Las Vegas Ohrid, airport on water, cows and calves and much ado about nothing, were enjoyable even if not many believed in them.