from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A person of great importance or influence, especially a dignitary who commands special treatment.
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- very important person
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- n. an important or influential (and often overbearing) person
But they go up to $500 a person at the "Avenue S" VIP private spa, the term VIP apparently not thrown around lightly.
The student, Anne Norton "Leo Strauss and the Politics of American Empire" identified what she called VIP-DIP meaning Venerated in Public, Disdained in Private.
Company documents and emails referenced certain VIP clients as part of the F. O.A group.
In March, it announced a Twitter exclusive promo to win VIP seats to a show and meet O'Brien.
Government at all levels need to remember who the real VIP is ... you, the taxpayer.
Michael Arrington pretnding that proclaiming himself a VIP is funny, just reminds me how arrogant he is.
And when Apple does return back to hell I swear they have a place in VIP reserved for them, if such a thing is possible.
And after spending the last five hours freezing my butt off in that air-conditioning wind-tunnel they call a VIP tent, I was ready for warmth.
We went to ARGENTINE bus station, bought a ticket to YAZD for 22: 00hrs on a bus classified as VIP, 32 seater, US$12 one way to
Its logo consists of a phoenix in the form of the acronym VIP, and "Air China" in both English and Chinese, which was autographed by Deng Xiaoping.
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