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  • Mr. Lerer, whose lovely daily email newsletter is mostly geared toward luxury-loving urban metrosexuals, is not too worried about renovations.

    Wooster Act: Whoopi Sells Soho Loft for $2.98 M.

  • Designed by architect Peter Dominick, the African-inflected décor and restaurants surprised me; this luxury-loving Leo felt right at home, a lioness unleashed.

    Tess Ghilaga: The Lioness and the Mouse

  • Designed by architect Peter Dominick, the African-inflected décor and restaurants surprised me; this luxury-loving Leo felt right at home, a lioness unleashed.

    Tess Ghilaga: The Lioness and the Mouse

  • To free up the supplies needed to revive the battered planet, Karina and Hafiz had instituted water rationing on MOO, and had themselves submitted with a fortitude that amazed everyone who only knew them as luxury-loving potentates of their own private moon.

    Massage

  • Getting and spending became the newest way of life, “one that was brash, flashy, and unapologetically luxury-loving.”

    The Last Empress

  • These kinds of contrasts--between glamour and war, between the luxury-loving Louis XIV and the disheveled Dom Perignon, between the underground world of the Champagne region's wine caves complete with banquets, cabaret, and opera and the German bombardment taking place overhead--occur again and again in the Kladstrup's book.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • At Heritage Village, consumption is encouraged by a retail environment that matches the shared associations i.e., heaven and reward of visitors and that couples this consumption imperative with the explicit model and sanction, via television advertising and direct mail marketing forms, of a luxury-loving spiritual leader.

    Rapture Ready!

  • The Japanese thought Americans would be too soft and luxury-loving to stand up to the rigors of undersea living and warfare.

    The Prize

  • Yet his general impression of curial society was unfavorable; he found it to be a rich, indolent, self-serving, and luxury-loving milieu.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • The Asian ceramics had been imported into Europe and were highly sought-after by the luxury-loving courts of the Baroque world.

    Porcelain for Kings

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