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  • adjective Of the highest quality


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  • "It is not, and could not, be used as a so-called top-class private club for rich people," read at statement on the Forbidden City's official blog.

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  • There's a handful of top-class business-style hotels from which to choose.

    A Business Traveler's Guide to Naples

  • But in Europe's elite club competitions, where most teams possess rosters stacked with top-class talent, this strategy is so rarely glimpsed—and so surprisingly effective—that it is starting to look almost revolutionary.

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  • They are sensible prices to watch top-class entertainment and players worth millions on view.

    Manchester United have post-Sir Alex Ferguson plan, says David Gill

  • The U.K. government's plan to cap immigration is raising concerns it will hamper the country's ability to recruit top-class professionals and academics, a report by a cross-party group of lawmakers said.

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  • Leap will also host top-class events, where you can watch the experts.

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  • Hurricane Fly's sire, Montjeu, was a top-class Flat racer, who has imparted finishing speed to his hurdling son, but for it to be effective the jockey must apply it at the right moment to nullify the stamina of more traditionally bred jumping horses.

    Ruby Walsh displays mastery of Cheltenham with hat-trick of winners

  • The best is probably the Excelsior Tel: +39 081 764 0111;, a favorite of visiting heads of state, senior businesspeople and rock stars, who don't mind paying for the spacious guest rooms, elegant lounges and top-class restaurant.

    A Business Traveler's Guide to Naples

  • When I see little clips of Carlo Ancelotti with Fernando, Carlo is obviously sympathetic to his plight and that's very, very important because he's a top-class player.

    Roy Hodgson has no self-pity after his re-emergence at West Brom

  • The National's transformation from a race in which few owners were willing to enter a top-class horse into an event that attracts many of chasing's biggest names surely has something to do with the heaps of cash on offer: Prize money at this race has risen by £500,000 in the past decade.

    Grand National Now a Matter of Class


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