A charity warns that cocaine has become a status symbol
They are exclusively bred to be fighting dogs and status symbols
Significance was found in Pearson's correlation be- tween gender and duration, expenditure and frequency of consumption, addiction and duration , status symbol
and stress reliever, company and status symbol
and addiction with duration and wanting to quit (p less than 0.
According to DA PAM 750-8, the status symbol
chosen reflects the judgment of the person making the inspection, operating the equipment, or doing the maintenance.
More than one in four of the 1,001 people surveyed said their ultimate status symbol
was their car.
The penthouse, the ultimate status symbol
in New York City, is already scarce at $2 million, so to own a spacious, luxury duplex in a gergeous full service building with every imaginable amenity for $960,000 is incredible," said Halstead's Stephen Kliegerman.
It's just that P-stone and Thrasher seem to flaunt the fact that they drink like it is a status symbol
But the car is not always enough: A license plate with lucky numbers has become almost as much of a status symbol
as the vehicle itself.
A status symbol
is something that indicates the social status of its owner.
According to a March 13, 2006 article in Newsweek, tractors are now the new status symbol
All of the patients were men, since women consider it a status symbol
to have their teeth, or what's left of them.
Car buffs used to drool over such stats as horsepower, torque and top speed, but there's a new status symbol
in the motoring world: miles per gallon.
In a wave of showy prosperity signalled by imported cars and country villas, new-build high-style city living is the next must-have status symbol
00) narrows the focus to Samurai sword fittings, which were not only a military symbol but became a fashion accessory and status symbol
Therefore a shelf full of unread theological treatises may have been little more than a status symbol