Limited conditions apply in changing status symbols
and are fully explained in Section 6 (a) of DA PAM 750-8.
In the 45-54 age bracket 71% of people indicate the home as the most important status symbol
, and this figure remains high well into retirement.
He added that the tonic wine was considered a status symbol
with gangs and if it was taken off the market, people "would drink something else".
The Supercenter is a status symbol
that ``we have arrived as a community (and) we're going somewhere,'' Palmdale Chamber of Commerce executive director Isaac Barcelona said.
THE convertible, once an eye-catching status symbol
for the well off, is becoming a common sight on UK roads as more affordable models make roof-down motoring accessible to the wider population.
Being able to afford to have time to themselves or with their families is the new 'must have' status symbol
for today's rich.
DESPITE fears that young people are overstretching themselves to get on the property ladder, a nice home remains the most important status symbol
for six out of 10 people.
PROPERTY is the most important status symbol
for six out of 10 people, but owning your own island is the ultimate sign of success, according to a survey published today.
Young urban professionals, in particular, have come to view residential fiber connectivity as a status symbol
Man's best friend shouldn't be thought of as a mere status symbol
It is without doubt another status symbol
which indicates not only wealth but that the owner has little or no concern for environmental damage and is happy to use fuel that belongs to future generations without restraint.
It's kind of a status symbol
to have a super Wal-Mart.