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get the royal treatment

To receive extravagant treatment or elaborate attention and care. At our spa, we make sure all our customers get the royal treatment. By signing up with us, your website will get the royal treatment from our team of professional web developers!
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give (someone) the royal treatment

To treat someone or something extravagantly; to give someone or something elaborate attention and care. At our spa, we give all of our customers the royal treatment. Give your website the royal treatment with one of our professional web development kits now!
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Band-Aid treatment

A method of covering up a problem, rather than solving it or getting to the root of it. Refers to the trademark for a brand of adhesive bandages. Honestly, I think this is just a Band-Aid treatment—we need to work harder and find a real solution.
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give (one) the silent treatment

To deliberately avoid talking to one out of anger at them. Well, I must have done something wrong because he's been giving me the silent treatment all week.
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get the silent treatment

To have someone ignore one out of anger. Well, I must have done something wrong because I've been getting the silent treatment from him all week.
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the silent treatment

A punishment in which one completely ignores or refuses to speak to someone. I didn't think he would be so offended by my joke, but he's been giving me the silent treatment for days now.
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*red-carpet treatment

Fig. very special treatment; royal treatment. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) I love to go to fancy stores where I get the red-carpet treatment. The queen expects to get the red-carpet treatment wherever she goes.
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give someone the silent treatment

If you give someone the silent treatment, you do not speak to them for a period of time because you are annoyed with them. He fully expected his mother to give him the silent treatment.

the silent treatment

a stubborn refusal to talk to someone, especially after a recent argument or disagreement.
2000 Independent Since the complaint, Ms Thomas , who has worked for the City police since 1994 , claims she has been given the silent treatment.
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give somebody/get the ˈsilent treatment

refuse to talk to somebody, usually because you are angry with them; be treated in this way: Are you going to talk to me now, or are you still giving me the silent treatment?
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An analysis of case level difficulty and participants' field experience reveals that experience was neither associated with participants' correct treatment selection on the first attempt (rpb = -.
When I think back to the beginning of my tenure with the seed treatment group, on the one hand it's hard to believe we've accomplished so much so fast," says Winston.
The lead plaintiff, Robert Hilton, had begun treatment at a New York City public hospital for his hepatitis C and subsequent liver disease in 2002.
Jim Graham, water treatment specialist for papermaking technologies, Buckman Laboratories International, Memphis, Tennessee, agreed.
Unless HIV-infected children in the developing world are to remain therapeutic orphans forever, funders must consider setting aside resources specifically for the care and treatment of children.
Although the first impression is usually with the front office administrator, the clinical team, assistant, hygienist and doctor play an integral part in the patient's acceptance of their dental treatment.
66,416 people have accessed drug treatment in the first two years since Proposition 36 passed.
We looked at how households finance HIV treatment, how well patients adhere to it, and how this relates to treatment outcomes--delayed progression to AIDS, antiretroviral suppression, avoiding drug resistance, and survival.
It follows that extending the duration of succimer treatment will significantly increase the efficacy of the drug in removing brain lead and, ideally, lessen the resulting cognitive dysfunction.
In a logistic regression limited to women who had ever misused drugs or alcohol, the odds of treatment for substance abuse were 50% higher during a postpartum month than during a month outside the year surrounding a delivery (odds ratio, 1.
Given NIDA's biological orientation, it may seem odd that the main form of treatment the agency advocates (pending development of a wonder drug for addiction) involves adopting a new set of quasi-religious beliefs and meeting regularly with like-minded individuals.
He also analyzes AA's efficacy as a treatment program.
9) It is not only useful for inhalants, but it is valuable in the treatment of allergic conditions caused by foods, (10-12) terpenes, formaldehyde, Proteus and Klebsiella spp.
Can interruptions in drug treatment preserve or strengthen a person's immune responses against HIV, reducing or even eliminating the need for drugs?