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grandee

a Spanish or Portuguese prince or nobleman of the highest rank
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When asked if he could sign as a private individual, the grandee grandly told the hapless hack: "But I'm not a private individual.
Hollingsworth looks at the costs of bulk transport in the Povalley by analysing the account books of Renaissance grandee Ippolito d'Este.
Both were gang members whom officers had stopped earlier that night near 107th Street and Grandee Avenue, where the shooting took place, officials said.
She is pursued for more than 15 years by Ignacio Portelli, a highly eligible Puerto Rican grandee who befriends her father so he can be near her.
He has never worked in the financial markets and wasn't previously a grandee of the City of London establishment.
Bush cited family togetherness as a main reason for buying a Hot Spring Grandee spa from Vista, Calif.
Eight of the past 11 winners of this race were three-year-olds, although the Jessica Harringtontrained Grandee is the only horse in the field of eight to represent his generation in this year's renewal.
ur s-d" der Meanwhile, Labour grandee Lord Hattersley condemned Mr Corbyn as "unsuited" for the role of leader and claimed Labour was in a worse position than in 1983 when Margaret Thatcher won aa a landslide victory.
Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg's description of Tory grandee Lord Heseltine "The masculinity you see in the City is cloaked long ago under gentlemanliness and rationality and 'good business practice'.
The Lib Dem grandee was meant to be the cavalry coming over the hill for Alistair Carmichael, who was caught out lying while secretary of state for Scotland about what he knew about a leaked government memo.
Has it ever occurred to the prime minister where had the sweet tongue of dialogue of this grandee, which he is flashing so spiritedly over these days, vanished then?
I talk about you with pride, to have you as my Grandee was an honour.