1. a list of names of specially favored people
    the boss gave me his A-list of people we should try to recruit
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How To Use A-list In A Sentence

  • He will market his A-listed town house - which is in Kirklee Terrace and dates from the 1840s - in the new year at offers over £750,000.
  • The English-born owner tells us his riad is regularly booked for fashion shoots, and has also been rented by celebrity A-listers for private parties.
  • There was Watson, the five-star A-list jet-setter business man. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • A-list items include boned corsets made out of bronze PVC with black criss-cross lacing, and black velvet hooded opera capes with brocade closures.
  • It doesn't have an official name, but call it our A-list alumni registry. A KING'S RANSOM
  • ESA-listed birds in Washington marine waters are the marbled murrelet, bald eagle, brown pelican, short-tailed albatross, and western snowy plover.
  • Otherwise, we may need to take Timberlake up on his word and exert a little extra A-list peer pressure!
  • The exorbitant rates charged at spas mean it is only for the A-list.
  • I agree this site is probably not going to have much impact on the every-man, and that it will again reiterate the a-list … but I’m also hoping we can get some other interesting outputs from the data that everyone is sharing. OPML won’t catch on « Squash
  • Society double A-lister, Kate Goldsmith—a Rothschild by birth married to supersmart entrepreneur Ben Goldsmith—is carrying the banner in London society.
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