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A1A 985 And for some there were conferences and congresses in glamorous places, the glittering prizes satirically displayed in Lodge's Small World .
A24 155 It links the three floors of the shop and makes for a glamorous, if vertiginous, catwalk.
A6L 1163 By then the product will have reverted to being a reasonable business again — but not in a glamorous way as in the first phase.
A7H 1009 She had seen none of this glamorous life; she had seldom even been to smart restaurants, let alone banquets and star-studded receptions.
A7N 737 ‘Younger stylists are also under the impression that they're getting into an exciting and glamorous business,’ said Trevor.
ABE 50 ONCE a glamorous adventure, flying seems ever more like a trial to be endured or avoided.
ABH 1914 And on the various powerful but unseen committees that sit in contemplation of Britain's future defence policy, the consequent evaporation of any strategic productive capacity in less glamorous areas is causing unease.
APL 338 Don McCullin says that when he was young he thought it exciting and glamorous to risk his life.
APU 124 The Dawn of Dreams had not been her most glamorous role — to play the central role of a disturbed adolescent Jo had gained 20lb and spent hours creating the greyish, pasty complexion of a kid raised in institutions.
APV 14 The glamorous secretary does not clean her desk space; a skilled fitter does not sweep his part of the factory floor so why should a food worker have to clean?
B1L 17 Hampden Babylon picks up the challenge, but shifts the spotlight away from Hollywood and its tinsel stardom to the less glamorous football grounds of Scotland, where a cast list of rogues, reprobates and reckless drivers star in the most squalid film never made.
B72 33 For the media, interferon was a glamorous new arrival on the pharmaceutical scene.
B7C 35 Some people in publishing like to think of theirs as a glamorous medium, so they sometimes copy the Hollywood glitter, They certainly did so last week, when the Periodical Publishers Association handed out its awards for 1983.
BMW 774 Although the glamorous world of fashion and wealth spread wide around her, Harriet's own family circle was tight — her father, Sally, and Sally's illegitimate son, Mark Bristow.
BN1 1862 To all of us schoolgirls the convent seemed a beautiful, exciting place and the nuns simultaneously frightening and glamorous.
BNN 1531 It was the least glamorous sector of the army, undertaking labour of all kinds: construction work, handling of stores behind the lines, digging latrines.
CBE 901 ‘I suppose plumbing isn't the most glamorous job in the world.’
CBG 9038 They are still the most glamorous club in Britain, but our confidence is so high now that we could take them apart.
CBW 1356 But despite its glamorous image of foreign travel, meeting and dealing with firms' top executives, and making headlines in the financial press when the deal bursts onto the markets, you have to be very committed and prepared to work long and unsocial hours (often at weekends) and be comfortable dealing with people who are often under stress and, in consequence, rude.
CDN 1758 The result was, in the eyes of the ladies present, very glamorous indeed, and they were nice enough to tell her so.
CH6 2593 Father-of-five Bates, 61, said he was having an ‘ongoing relationship’ with glamorous 42-year-old Suzannah Dwyer.
CKK 332 Gresley's masterpiece is, of course, the most glamorous recent addition to the scheme, introduced last Autumn with Tyseley facing increasingly serious financial problems.
ED4 1489 Opulent, rich and glamorous — that's the look of this year's table settings.
EDT 1410 Not glamorous but stable, sound and reputable.’
EV1 2267 Whereas, for a time, Cedric Mellings was the ugly duckling of the family turned swan — for who else of his siblings lived this glittering glamorous life?— now there was a shabby-duckling quality again.
F9U 28 Bobby, attempting to impress one of the more glamorous female students, had invented for Wood the name ‘Oska’ and this nickname, in Bobby's spelling, stuck.
FNT 3288 That most glamorous of all the angels of the hearth, who had come in her little pillbox hat to preside over the purest and most gracious of all houses, the White House.
FP9 749 The new pop stars — self-conscious frauds, tackily glamorous like Boy George — fed a revival of old-fashioned pop gossip, a staple now of the Sun and the Mirror .
FP9 1295 A range of regular routinized but riotous activities accomplished this, from the Glamorous Grannie to the Mr Knobbly Knees competition.
FPB 1681 She also knew that, generally speaking, good, worthy men did not look flashy and glamorous, let alone theatrical; on the other hand, many rats were as good-looking as they were confident.
FPY 812 Consequently, many young people now see choral singing as less glamorous and challenging than playing in an ensemble.
FSV 998 It is hard to imagine the glamorous Deborah Moggach impersonating a decrepit roué, but that is what she says she did while writing The Ex-Wives (£14.99), coming from Heinemann on 29th April.
G2E 1684 He became like a male ballet dancer — a support to lift up his glamorous partner and help her turn beautiful pirouettes.
G2E 1796 Above all, we still find the role of Diana as glamorous heroine appealing.
G33 19 Any broader benefit to less glamorous plants and animals is often no more than a happy accident.
H7W 3363 Besides, it's not me they want, it's the glamorous, high-profile media image.
HA7 2748 You — with all your chat about your full social life, your glamorous, eventful bachelor-girl programme, the get-up-and-go philosophy which you expounded so vividly the other evening in your flat?
HA9 1575 After the last couple of days spent in her company, he'd probably be more than delighted to welcome Suzie and her two glamorous friends.
HRF 1046 ‘I've seen the ‘rushes’ and I look hideous — it isn't glamorous when you're really crying.
HXU 1101 This was certainly not the most glamorous or heroic of episodes.
J19 2964 Make it more glamorous for the poor wretches.’
JXX 1289 And then, just as Laura was opening her mouth to explain exactly why motherhood wasn't an item on her agenda, she was dumbfounded when Carole added, in a matter-of-fact voice, ‘Leo ladies may be stylish and glamorous, but they also make great wives and mothers.’
JY4 2964 We said that we understood things could happen in a glamorous environment —’
JY6 2597 I don't even like the word glamorous — it's slick and artificial-sounding.’
JY6 3437 Ah, a glamorous jewel thief.
K35 1230 GLAMOROUS actress Rosena Brown was ideally suited to her double life as a ruthless IRA terrorist.
K35 1256 She played two roles with theatrical precision: one that of the glamorous actress, the other that of the cold, calculating terrorist.
K3A 407 She says: ‘I felt very glamorous indeed but I'll still probably stick to making my own clothes in future.
K4P 676 For the rest, tin hats abound everywhere, not only on top of the curls of a very glamorous AFS girl but also rather oddly around the back of a classical Venus de Mile torso.
K4P 1444 After the winners were named the pair found it hard to convince some that their glamorous subjects were not professional models but clients who had had new images created for them in Mrs Simmons's Skinnergate studio.