up-and-comer


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up-and-comer

Someone who displays signs of or potential for ambitious development, advancement, and achievement. That new intern we hired certainly is an up-and-comer, don't you think? I wouldn't be surprised if she ended up running this place someday. He might not have won the championship round, but this amateur is definitely an up-and-comer!
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And it almost feels overdue to have Courtney Henry in the group; is there anyplace for an up-and-comer to go after being elected to the Arkansas Supreme Court?
Linda Trotta, winemaker at Up-and-Comer Gundlach-Bundschu, makes a startling array of Sonoma Valley wines from the family's Rhinefarm property (which is technically in Vineburg, not actually part of Carneros), including zinfandel and gewurztraminer.
Star Winery of the region Schramsberg and Up-and-Comer Robert Foley (notably the latter's terrific charbono) lead the region.
Similarly with Sammy Glick, the fictional young Hollywood up-and-comer in Budd Schulberg's satirical novel about the 1930s movie business What Makes Sammy Run?, who figures out that stealing scripts and snitching on members of the nascent screenwriter's union is the way to get ahead in the studio system.
All of these factors contribute to favorable market conditions that give Long Island City it's up-and-comer status.
Performers included COBU, a trio of women from Japan who combined rhythm tap with taiko drumming; Rod Ferrone and Marietta Clark in a vaudeville-style act; Jenny Lane in a tribute to tap legend Eleanor Powell; Gil Stroming and Break the Floor in a Stomp-like rhythm-tap-and-bucket drumming fusillade; teen up-and-comer Michela Marino Lerman; the irrepressible singer Mable Lee; and Rhythm Iss, a quintet of women rhythm tappers impressive as much for their exuberant spirit as for their blistering footwork.
But his challenge and the support of a young up-and-comer like Martin shows how split and adrift Swinney's party is.
When the Adculture Group, Milton, Ontario, was asked to develop a marketing communications plan for DEKALB in 2000, it was clear that DEKALB was well positioned as an up-and-comer in seed corn technology, but grower recognition and awareness of the brand and its seed technology was very low.
Aimed at artists with growing reputations, it has provided a useful staging post between the up-and-comer status conferred by an appearance in the annual New Contemporaries exhibition and the reputation-confirming imprimatur of a Turner Prize nomination.
From the moment he joined the firm's investment banking group as a vice president, he was pegged as an up-and-comer.
Among these, are Filmline's latest thriller, The Peacekeeper, directed by Frederic Forestier and starring Dolph Lundgren and our own Michael Sarrazin; Jim Donovan's Provocateur, a spy movie, starring Jane March (who's all grown up since The Lover) and Canadian expatriate Nick Mancuso; Alain Zaloum's Suspicious Minds, starring Patrick Bergin, Gary Busey and Canadians Jayne Heithmeyer and Daniel Pilon, set for release sometime in the fall by Cinepix; and finally, Kingsborough Greenlight's two American co-productions, Jean Pellerin's For Hire, with Rob Lowe, Joe Mantegna and local up-and-comer Bronwen Booth, and Peter Svatek's Hemoglobin, with Rutger Hauer and Quebec superstar, Roy Dupuis.
Last month, he unexpectedly announced his engagement to Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud, also once considered an up-and-comer in DAP, ending years of rumours about their relationship.
Punk only lasted two minutes and 45 seconds against up-and-comer Mickey Gall at UFC 203 in 2016.
The 26-year-old German faces up-and-comer Eugenie Bouchard of Canada in the next round.
Turning to the 37-year-old Beckham, the 44th President of the US described him as "young up-and-comer".