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posh

adjective Referring to someone or something associated with, or aspiring to be associated with, the upper (socioeconomic) class in the UK.
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A new production of Olivier Award-winning writer Laura Wade's dark comedy Posh, starring Tyger Drew-Honey takes to the stage at Theatr Clwyd this autumn.
Mr Lee Keng Lin, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of POSH, said, 'We are excited to enter the offshore renewables sector with Taiwan's largest logistics provider Kerry TJ Logistics.
POSH Kerry Renewables has already announced an MoU with local marine and towage company Seagreen Enterprise.
Nearly a fifth of people (18 per cent) think going to each is posh.
The post POSH Lounge: Nicosia's new hot spot appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
His 79th-minute goal put Posh back into the tie after Saido Berahino had given West Brom the lead.
Where there is a male child, the whole family is held in higher esteem, so parents without sons are quietly proud to have a bacha posh.
Posh by Courtney was started believing that you shouldn't need to pay a stylist to look pretty.
We got word that Posh, a trendy furniture and design spot currently located at 5507 Ranch Drive in west Little Rock, is having a moving relinquishment sale upfront of its move to the Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center, a little further east off Highway 10.
SO, the posh white bloke won the top job on The Apprentice.
Starring some of the best known faces in the world of football, we pick up the story as Becks and his heavily pregnant wife Posh make the long trek to Becksleyham after their Hummer breaks down just off the Romford bypass.
The goal earned him cult status at London Road - Posh went on to win promotion at Wembley - and Town players of that era still remember the agony.