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glitz

(glɪts)
n. flashiness and glamour. The place was a morass of eager sales geeks and phony glitz.
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LLC secured the earthworks contract for the latest project Glitz 3 by Danube and is currently undertaking mobilization work on the site.
Shoring and excavation work on the Glitz 3 development is scheduled to commence later this month.
Jim McIntire of EagleStrike, shares Blackwelder's optimism about the release of "GameShow Glitz.
Sajan, said: "Followed by the phenomenal success and 100 per cent sell out of Glitz 1 & 2, Glitz 3 poses as a vibrant example of urban upscale community living that offers exceptional value across all aspects.
And lifting up her dress a I loved the lack of celebrity glitz, the vintage Rolls and the flowers, but Judy wearing white was a big no-no touch to keep it dry, gave us a glimpse of a pair of fabulous, strappy shoes, thought to be Jimmy Choo.
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About 300 people paid pounds 50 each to attend the Glitz and Glamour Ball in aid of the West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust, at Cedar Court Hotel at Ainley Top.
A NEW business venture in Warwickshire aims to help women add some glitz and glamour to their wardrobe.
Everyone wants something different," says Sophie Pearson, who runs a company called Stitch and Glitz which specialises in
These are such a versatile way of introducing light and glitz into the home, and while once used solely on the Christmas tree these ethereal lights now transcend all seasons.
Spend: Toast in style with Ritz Glitz wine glasses, pounds 30 for a set of four, and there are matching tea light holders, napkin rings and a table dressing set available.
FIGHTER-turned-promoter Kash 'The Flash' Gill is aiming to bring the glitz back to kickboxing with a rumble in Brum.
At its centre, the square Uniqlo logo shines through, lit by a bright LED array, giving glitz to the brand, or as the architect says, making it luxury--at low-res.
THE glitz and glamour of Paris and Milan came to a Birmingham shopping centre when it hosted a catwalk fashion show.