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superdeluxe

(ˌsuːpədəˈlʌks)
adj
very luxurious, more than deluxe
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First came news that the plug was being pulled on a superdeluxe Range Rover - the SV Coupe - that was due to be made in Coventry.
Producer Superdeluxe supported the project and in 2017, the show premiered in Sundance.
Pointed out to us by our ski instructor, it's one of the superdeluxe homes that are literally on the slopes.
As a soloist she has performed at the Aldeburgh, Radio France Montpellier, Reykjavik Art, Klangspuren and Latitude festivals, and in venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Superdeluxe in Tokyo and La Maison de Radio France in Paris.
Pecha Kucha is an event which started in 2003 by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Tokyo's Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa), as a way to attract people to their lounge, SuperDeluxe, and to allow young designers to meet, show their work, and exchange ideas.
The company also sold one-offs such as the Jackie O faux pearls (created under license from the estate and issued with a "certificate of authenticity"), a Frank Sinatra "singing plate" (full disclosure: your editor bought one of those with the "Chairman of the Board" singing "My Way"), and a superdeluxe Monopoly set.
In 20 garden pictures, which stay on for 20 seconds each, the audience in the SuperDeluxe club in Tokyo will catch a glimpse of the ancient garden culture in Japan.
That's why, even as new outlets for Internet content seem to regularly pop up, like Turner's SuperDeluxe and Michael Eisner's Vuguru, others already have found it tough going and shut down, like NBC's Dot-Comedy, HBO and AOL's This Justin, and Comedy Central's MotherLoad.