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“Mark Thompson's old-money/good taste New England sets are impressive, as are the costumes — even the schoolgirl's maroon pinafores look right.”
“Compared with 50 years ago, the proportion of students coming from old-money families and exclusive prep schools has dropped.”
“A tall man, with a gravelly voice, steel-gray hair, and eyes that can radiate great joy and deep sadness, Vaillant blends the regal bearing of his old-money ancestors, the emotional directness of his psychiatric colleagues, and a genial absentmindedness.”
“The old-money granite houses in the West End have been turned into offices for the big energy firms, their former servants' quarters crammed with accountants and lawyers poring over contracts.”
“Asner, 82, will play Jameson Lyons, the president of a old-money country club in Cleveland.”
“If this fails then stalk the aisles here, watching the old-money crowd buying hot dogs and Velveeta.”
“But there's nothing luxurious about a ribbon belt; in fact, its affordability is a major selling point among thrifty old-money types who wear the same one every summer.”
“When the U.S. economy was riding high for most of the 20th century, it would have been impossible to imagine a foreign city--especially one in a Communist country--with more of the planet's very richest than New York, home of old-money Wall Street.”
“Their living room puts a nouveau spin on old-money chic by pairing contemporary riffs on vintage designs with sculptural touches and metallic details.”
“Gregory Curtis , chairman of Greycourt & Co., a Pittsburgh-based wealth-management firm, works with old-money families, some of whom have preserved their fortunes for four or five generations.”
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