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1. A person who has the potential for or who has achieved great success. Tim was such a high-flier in college that it's no surprise he's achieved such great success in his career.
2. A stock whose price rises much more quickly or dramatically compared to the market average due to high demand among investors. The media company's expansion has led it to be an expensive high-flier on the market, though there are doubts that it can sustain such dizzyingly high valuations.
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Such generous awards prompted Samuel Pruett, vice president of personnel at Procter & Gamble, to caution his employees in an internal memo: "Frequent flier points appear to be a free award, but in fact they are a form of supplier gift designed to influence the recipient and encourage greater purchase of the supplier's product." In other words: It's a bribe!
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