top-shelf


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top-shelf

adj
(Journalism & Publishing) Brit (of magazines) displayed above the eyeline of children, because they contain photos of naked or scantily-clad women
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Aimee Headland scored her first GB goal on her senior debut as she stole the puck in the offensive zone and produced a brilliant floated top-shelf finish on 50:17.
Tink's Black Label is a top-shelf, premium attractant made from the urine of does that are fed a strategic, nutritional diet to ensure optimal health.
has expanded Signature Reserve, its exclusive top-shelf label, into a host of new categories just in time for the holidays.
Since then it's become not so much a stock move as it has a top-shelf specialty.
With a big eight-team field, the Philippine Superliga All Filipino Conference promises to showcase top-shelf volleyball action starting Saturday.
ASCC's brand management includes premium luxury goods, including top-shelf distilled spirits like RWB Vodka.
IT'S the Antiques Rudeshow - Britain's biggest and breast collection of vintage top-shelf lads' mags, dating back to a time when a glimpse of stocking was truly something shocking.
To secure the top-shelf talent that'd be your #1 pick to get a job done right--and of course, at a much more reasonable price.
Brennan's barrister, Tony Hawks, said: "They were top-shelf magazines and he tells me he couldn't reach them.
But I don't buy books off the top shelf and my book ain't a top-shelf book"
Today, rents at One Bryant Park are in the triple digits, rivaling those of top-shelf structures such as 9 West 57th St and the General Motors Building.
He believes strongly that top-shelf brands create smoother, better tasting cocktails.