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swank

(swæŋk)
1. n. class; visible quality. This place has swank. I like it.
2. n. swag. Where’d he hide the swank?
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In addition to interest in a variety of deductible and annual maximum options, Swanker sees strong employer interest in holding down costs by redrawing the lines between preventive, basic and major services.
In the list of names, number two is J Barclay Peat, and number four is J E Swanker, an American.
Current group dental vice president JIM POGUE will take Baldwin's place as senior vice president and business leader of Guardian's group business, while group insurance marketing vice president CHRIS SWANKER will lead the company's group dental business.
Seen on site were Mic-E Reyes, Swanker, Phelper, Joe Brook, Eben S, Zak Hawthorne, Hufs SF crew, the Convertitos, Linda Swenson, Hell's Belle J, Pee Wee Rotsaert, Bones Brigade Teddy Bennett, Tony Vitello, Oaktown Jamie, Danny Fuenzalida, Chenzo, Luke, Randy Scanna, Ms Bianca, Gywnned Rose, Ert, William Haugh, Jeremy Ortega, Trent, easily several hundred more.
Oh, and he'll also tell you about running into their school chum Swanker Watson and his family and the big heist they found themselves smack in the middle of and how, with wits and luck, they managed to thwart the bad guys and not get thrown off the ship.
Matlock's vocal recalls Ian Hunter and Steve Harley from time to time, and an instrumental cheekily titled The Swanker closes the set, sounding like a 21st century Shadows in a Spaghetti Western.
He stands revealed as a lightweight charlatan, an electoral opportunist with no philosophy, principles or balls; a money-loving ham who, if not personally corrupt - and taking freebie holidays from the repressive Egyptian government is right on the borderline - merrily tolerates dubious donations in his name; a man whose only ambition is to find new parts of the world in which to swank - and did British politics ever know a bigger swanker than Tony Blair?