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Ritz

elegant and luxurious hotel opened in Paris in 1898 by César Ritz; hence, ‘ritzy, putting on the ritz.’ [Fr. Hist.: Wentworth, 429]
See: Luxury
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Thanks to customized Glamping amenities, including luxury tent, compass, LED flashlight, Lion doll, mini tote bag and Ritz Kids Passport; Resort rooms have never been so much fun.
Efforts by The Register-Guard to reach Ritz via email for comment on Tuesday were not successful.
Ritz says reaching a higher standard of creating an injury-free environment requires "extreme leaders" willing to make a day-to-day commitment to safety.
Ritz and her colleagues are currently addressing these limitations by improving exposure estimates in a new study investigating the effects of confounding factors on preterm birth and birth weight for a group of 2,000 infants.
Although the inquiry, called a "complaint against X," did not mention either the Ritz or Etoile, it is the logical next step in any action against them.
The bar and restaurant combine to make Ritz and Riva Bingo Clubs a great way to spend the evening.
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The Ritz bar is the business and social epicenter of Atlanta," says George Olmstead, founding partner of Blackshaw Olmstead Lynch & Koenig, a retained executive search firm in the high rise next door.
I'm teaming up with RITZ to create recipes with these legendary crackers for the ultimate game day culinary playbook.
The hotel of choice of Charlie Chaplin, Coco Chanel and Ernest Hemingway, the Ritz is also infamous as the place where Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed dined before their fatal car crash in 1997.
Lauren Ritz and her family traveled Sunday more than eight hours by car from Thousand Oaks to Tempe, giving her a full day to prepare before competition begins today.