It's only well-heeled
folk like Kohli and Anushka who can perhaps even afford to travel in a private aircraft.
This latest stunner from Mercedes-AMG is likely to go down well with well-heeled
sports car fans.
Since founding The Well-Heeled
Society blog six years ago, Bennett has amassed an international readership and subscriber base.
The hotel, whererooms fetch up to PS595 anight, charges well-heeled
customers wine and champagne priceshigher than London's Ritz.
Long a home for the well-heeled
and the off-spring of the well-heeled
, Georgetown Plaza just got a new resident.
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TORY policy: 1, Remove the local authority funding; 2, Devolve decisions (with no money) to those local authorities; 3, Watch the local Tories, the well-heeled
and those with big mouths and sharp elbows (Lee Hall and good folks of Jesmond and Gosforth) turn on said local authorities, Labour of course; 4, Abolish local authorities and local democracy, and allow private companies (with Tory shareholders, a large proportion living in well-heeled
suburbs) make profit from public services, and 5, Osborne, Cameron and especially (who ate all the pies) Pickles laugh their socks off at the success of their strategy.
It said these key markets, which include London, New York and Beijing, account for more than half of the global luxury fashion trade and benefit from high levels of tourism and well-heeled
I AGREE with the writer Percy Potts in his description of some councillors being 'well-heeled
' (24.8.11), probably a direct result of the many 'extra' allowances they are claiming which are pounds 25,000-pounds 30,000 in some cases.
It was an indulgent playground for the rich and famous as well as a silver haired well-heeled
It's all very well calling up your well-heeled
boho doss-about mates - one will invariably be an artisan twig weaver - to come over in their soft top 1974 MG Roadsters to assist in helping out.
I SEE that the well-heeled
bosses in the retail sector who pay their staff on average just above the minimum wage would rather get rid of thousands of them than find an additional pounds 4 per head per week to pay for the increase in National Insurance.