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What does it mean when you dream about a necktie?

A loose-fitting necktie around one’s neck can be a symbol of “tying up” loose ends in one’s business world. If however, the necktie is drawn too tightly, then a condition of entrapment may be causing the dreamer some anxiety. (See also Knot, Noose.)

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In my case, it had been those of the lady who held the door open for me, my briefcase, and my power tie. Only a co-worker would use the unguarded "employees-only" entrance, right?
Appearing before him, dreamlike, glowing in the dark, was the vision of a wizard, dressed in strange garb--suspenders, button-down shirt, Italian suit and power tie. "Who are you and why are your pockets stuffed with apples?" asked Johannes, rubbing his eyes in disbelief.
Wearing a crisp, well-tailored suit with a red power tie reads confident.
Classic Armani power tie; $135, available at Barneys New York, (310) 276-4400 or (212) 826 8900 6.
Bob Dole abandons his thirty-five years as a legislator, shreds his power tie and campaigns as an "American." President Clinton abandons one position after another--not out of conviction or conversion but only to bewilder the Republicans.
Licenses for a new natural gas pipeline from Nueces County via Starr County and destined for Mexico were sanctioned in 2013, and a direct current power tie of 300 megawatts connects the two countries enabling some import and export of energy since 2007.
This dispensation would be one time and limited to 15 projects which are located in the States having mandatory host State power tie up policy of PPAs under regulated tariff.
He laughs remembering their long hair and casual rock n roll look compared with the blue suits and power ties of the men they were pitching.
They feature year-round tans (even in New York), power ties, fine suits from Barneys, and (especially) a silken tongue.
It is at Milwaukee's eviction court, where the tenants are black women and the landlords' lawyers wear "pinstripe suits and power ties", that Desmond has an epiphany:
The titles or captions of some works openly catalogue the professional stature of their subjects, and symbols of wealth and position abound: power suits, power ties, strings of pearls, bourgeois coiffures.
Under the leadership of Malcolm Forbes, the colorful, effervescent spendthrift who was the son of the publication's founder, the magazine--the self-proclaimed Capitalist Tool--became an exponent of the Market Ideology that bloomed during the '80s, and was accepted as a Bible by the men in the power ties and the women in the suits with padded shoulders whose worldview has governed us since.