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first class

1. 
a. (in Britain) of or relating to mail that is processed most quickly
b. (in the US and Canada) of or relating to mail that consists mainly of written letters, cards, etc.
2. Education See first (sense 4)
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So saying, he dismissed the first class to their experiments in practical philosophy, and eyed Nicholas with a look, half cunning and half doubtful, as if he were not altogether certain what he might think of him by this time.
Ranking second is Cadet First Class Ricardo Witawit Liwaden, 24 of Barlig, Mountain Province, who will be receiving the Vice Presidential saber, Philippine Army saber, sports and physical development plaque, tactics group award, and athletic saber.
The company said: "We value your opinions, and you told us that you love the chilled-out vibes in First Class - but only 9% of people said they appreciate the First Class Quiet Coach.
But his Labour colleague, George Howarth, showed an even greater preference for top rate travel - only ever claiming for first class tickets in the same period.
Our First Class experience is unlike any other and has been tailored around exact requirements of those who wish to enjoy a truly bespoke hospitality experience, with the finest in-flight dining and amenities, incomparable levels of privacy and the genuine warmth and care for which we are known.
In recent years, Etihad Airways has won numerous accolades for its First Class service and cabin designs.
Mr Robinson told the Telegraph he stays within the limits set by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority but when asked why he chooses to travel first class he said: "I'm more able to work on the journey and travelling frequently I need to work, otherwise it's a waste of time.
com has acquired a majority stake in Colombian English language education provider First Class, the company said on Monday.
Given Emirates' huge international network and the size of its widebody fleet, he said the airline will be able to benefit from its enormous economies of scale and allow for aggressive pricing for its new premium cabins that will keep demand high and allow higher profit margins on each first class seat sold, bolstering its already swelling financial coffers.
He racked up first class travel expenses of PS708 and business class expenses of PS858.
Emirates airline confirmed this week it will be the latest carrier to scale back first class from its fleet.
The UK might be continuing to walk a tightrope of recession, and each day the news reports the latest privations and cutbacks that are being imposed on the nation, but first class rail travel has never been so popular.

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