upwardly-mobile

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upwardly-mobile

[ˌʌpwədlɪˈməʊbaɪl] n to be upwardly-mobilesalire nella scala sociale
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UPWARDLY-MOBILE Conference club Dover have a spy in the camp ahead of their FA Cup clash with Palace.
There's a complicated will for Nigel to unravel if he's to get his hands on the property for his upwardly-mobile wife.
However, there are other aspects which concern me more, particularly the promotion, out of the blue (pardon the pun) of so many upwardly-mobile young Tory females.
Sent off a 12-1 chance in a solid threemile handicap chase, Bowen's representative jumped accurately from the outset but was no match for the upwardly-mobile On Trend, who looked thrown in at the weights.
And in Excel's Beauty he has an upwardly-mobile juvenile who is capable of improving past her current rating of 82.
The clubs who have come forward share our wish that ambitious, upwardly-mobile clubs should have a pathway to reach the top level of recreational cricket.
The German international would only last one season, but his arrival was enough to see Matteo sold to an upwardly-mobile Leeds United side in a pounds 4.
Armed with a powerful brand, a domain name with strong commercial value, a thriving community of upwardly-mobile professionals, and a decade of goodwill, ORIENTED is poised to become a dominant global brand.
A spin-off from the earlier series Man About the House, it charted the adventures of the titular couple as they get to grips with upwardly-mobile suburban life.
DAVID MOYES is as committed as ever to the steady progress being made at Everton ahead of today's Premier League clash with upwardly-mobile Manchester City.
Quality and safety issues are drawing more attention as incomes rise and upwardly-mobile Chinese grow more health conscious.
Meanwhile, Thomas's willingness to offend every walk of life, and self-deprecating humour about his upwardly-mobile lifestyle (I love focaccia with mozzarella ( just in giant portions) is immediately disarming.