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grandee

a Spanish or Portuguese prince or nobleman of the highest rank
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So Rani Abraham, a temporary PA to Richard Scudamore, a football grandee, was off-side (sorry again) to sell her complaints of his sexism to a Sunday paper.
TORY grandee Michael Heseltine has branded Nigel Farage's Ukip a "racist" party that has the same motivation as Oswald Mosley's fascists.
The move follows Tory grandee Lord McAlpine being incorrectly labelled a paedophile on numerous Twitter accounts and dozens of Internet forums last week, the Daily Express reports.
SIR David Walker - the City grandee who oversaw a review into bank governance for Gordon Brown - was last night unveiled as the new chairman of Barclays.
It's a perfect match, our Grandee Spa with the Glass House.
I talk about you with pride, to have you as my Grandee was an honour.
I'll happily put two fingers up to that 1831 grandee, who described Gateshead as a mere suburb and a long dirty lane leading to Newcastle.
Grandee Hamanako Golf Club, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
However, sprightly though the 77-year-old Tory grandee may be, he had failed to see the rather large draped object stage left - and it was the duty of Dr Martin Carey, chief executive of Business Gateway and Urban Hope, to break it to His Lordship his work here was not yet done.
The jockey also dislocated his shoulder in the fall from Grandee Line.
Hollingsworth looks at the costs of bulk transport in the Povalley by analysing the account books of Renaissance grandee Ippolito d'Este.