Did you perhaps mean alist?
- n. a list of names of specially favored people
“In the recent dustup about the BEA bloggers panel and subsequent debate about first - and second-generation bloggers, a-list and b-list bloggers, whether blog tours do any good and what constitutes pay and payola in the book-reviewing blog world, I kept thinking about my favorite Nora Ephron crack, which I will have to paraphrase as I can't find my copy of Crazy Salad.”
“Second, as I believe Tobias Buckell pointed out in his blog, even the huge a-list authors only sell hundreds of e-books, as opposed to tens of thousands of paper books.”
“The only club or clubs now who have an a-list are Man City and Real Madrid.”
“Tell me who has honestly heard of any one of Ferguson's recent buys apart from Owen - who is no longer exactly "a-list"?”
“Wenger's only rrecent purchase along these "a-list" lines has been Arshavin.”
“Knocked Up and Superbad proved that you don't need a mega a-list star and a giant budget to make a good, entertaining and successful comedy.”
“As long as they keep producing movies of Ironman's caliber (writing, plot, special effects, a-list actors, etc.) … we will continue to flock to the big screen.”
“CVD comes from the clenched teeth and widening eyes school of 'acting', if you can even call it that. he's almost as bad - or is it good - as Hayden Christianson when it comes to playing wooden. from a biz point of view, he's not a-list, so he'd be affordable, and likely to return for a sequel, but that pro can't outweigh all the cons.”
“Whether or not that's just in my head, the idea you point out here of an a-list hip hop writer doing dialogue is actually really exciting!”
“Perhaps we can get a group rate if we all want the same a-list celebrity.”
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