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medallion man

A man who dresses in a flashy way, usually with his shirt open to expose his chest and (often gold) jewelry. Primarily heard in UK. Once the medallion man arrived at the party, all of the women decided to leave. My husband used to be a medallion man, but thankfully his style has gotten more conservative over the years.
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In 1978, a San Francisco voter proposition significantly changed the taxi industry and restricted the transferability of taxi medallions, which are licenses to own and operate taxi.
The first green taxis appeared on New York's streets in August 2013, following unsuccessful legal action by the yellow taxi industry, which feared the impact on the value of medallions. The green boro taxis were an early warning shot for New York's yellow cabs but it was still one contained and controlled by regulations and restrictions.
However, even if the Long Island-based credit union is able to secure those medallions, their resale values have significantly declined because of aggressive competitive pressures from ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.
As outlined in the December 2015 S&P Capital IQ report Uber's Impact on the Taxi Lending Industry: How Lenders are Facing Credit Quality Deterioration as a Result of Their Exposure, the drop in medallion prices has affected lenders in significant ways.
Supplies listed are enough to create a 3"-square medallion.
His publishing company, Hawk Crest Publishing, was also awarded three additional gold medallions for "Outstanding Achievement in the Publishing of Western Literature" for each book, which are all a part of Wilson's "Unkle Hokum" series.
Beaded medallions, however, are not a wholly recent trend.
How many medallions make up the Our Greatest Team Legends collection?
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The Canton rose medallion wares like these two are distinguished by the inclusion of circular gold medallions, which normally enclose flowers and birds, although they were originally intended for crests and monograms.
Last fall, the New York Times reported that two New York City taxicab medallions had sold for $1 million apiece, a new record.
Suburbia created the design for the medallions that were struck by the Royal Mint to celebrate the achievement of young people participating in the project.
We continued to see strong taxi medallion collateral values demonstrated through price appreciation in taxi medallions throughout 2010 and continuing to date through 2011.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Friday dedicated six granite sidewalk medallions which illustrate the history of the airport and aviation in the region.