ultrarich

ultrarich

(ˌʌltrəˈrɪtʃ)
adj
extremely rich
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The series plays out like a Shakespearean tragedy, but despite the drama that surrounds it, the show is tagged as a comedy that chronicles the lives of the ultrarich and all-powerful.
It would create stronger antitrust rules to liberate entrepreneurs, and it would crack down on the use of tax havens by multinational corporations and the ultrarich on both sides of the Atlantic.
Summary: The bodies of the less privileged 'host' the unborn babies of the ultrarich
Instead of heavy taxes on the ultrarich, they are focused on closing loopholes and expanding tax breaks for the middle class."
worrying Venezuela on he's done Castro /speech negativity Hoult Speaking from the stage immediately after the result, he blamed society's woes on a "dog eat dog ideology and an economic system that "favours the interests of the ultrarich over the working people who produce the wealth".
Here, hot-smoked salmon, potatoes, chives, creme fraiche and goat cheese make for an ultrarich frittata that's appropriate for any brunch.
The Old Dram cocktail, which Palmer describes as an ultrarich version of a Manhattan, uses vintage Armagnac as the base spirit, currently a 17-year-old, single-barrel, cask-strength brandy.
Into the middle of my annual struggle with gift-buying came an article in The Atlantic titled "The Reason Many Ultrarich People Aren't Satisfied With Their Wealth." In it, staff writer Joe Pinsker explores the motivations of people "who possess more money than they could ever reasonably spend on even the lushest goods."
So, the main message of his narrative was to show that what media presented as civil society gaining confidence and taking back control ndash by making clear demands who should step down ndash was in fact a trick of the few to disguise themselves as masses, as popular will.For Fico, it was important to use Soros ndash although even his party was split on the use of this trope ndash because it gave him the possibility to present the social conflict differently: instead of people standing against oligarchy and mafia, it was people against NGOs and the global mafia of the ultrarich.
The Financial Times website reported that "in reality the US political system has been so warped by big money that it is now effectively controlled by an elite Republican oligarchy answerable primarily to ultrarich donors that has succeeded by gerrymandering and other nefarious acts to create a situation where, even if it does not control all branches of government, it will still be well positioned to block any agenda seeking to change the status quo".