superelite

superelite

(ˌsuːpərɪˈliːt)
adj
more than elite; beyond or better than elite
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He was the assistant captain for the team in the U20s SuperElite League.
Another superelite striker, who Liverpool could not stop moving to a super-rich club to play alongside other super-elite earners.
There's something overly familiar, too, in the types of amenities available to the vehicle's cosseted passengers, conjuring, as they do, those enjoyed by E/ysium's superelite (and by any actual inhabitant of the 10065 zip code).
In other words, he is not simply a member of an everyday elite, but of a superelite. As such, and despite his best intentions, he must find it difficult to see past the privilege and sense of entitlement that surely still surround him in New Haven.
Apart from location work in Washington, D.C., pic was largely shot in Blighty and on the Isle of Man, presumably for budgetary reasons, and it shows in the anonymous interiors that never look quite right as the playgrounds of America's superelite. Otherwise, craft contributions are pro without being outstanding.
France has many more kids age 20 to 24 in college, and except for the superelite, the future isn't bright for most of them.
(While everyone else is wasting their time singing along to the dumb radio.) It is just so cool to be able to install this dangerous, superelite training into your body and brain this easily.
I think the French didn't quite realize that les jeunes espagnols, whom they found remarkably intelligent and politically informed, however fatherless and poor the Spanish Civil War had left them, were a young superelite, not workers.