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the Right Price," designed to focus on consumers' increased interest in quality and fashionability at exceptional price.
More recent instances of much the same process would be the fashionability of eco-tourism or `soft' adventure holidays.
Flashness, fashionability and glamour - the dreadlocked Dutchman's trademarks - are all anathema to Batts.
Still, if we come to these books with the open minds and the flexibility of thought they require, we will be rewarded by freshness without modish fashionability, theoretical sophistication, subtlety of reading, and complexity of conceptualization.
There was concern about the fashionability of corporate downsizing.
A manufacturer's claim that its product is of high quality or fashionability rarely carries the same credibility with consumers as does a similar statement from an independent retailer with a reputation for carrying high quality brands.
Yet against these general developments, the impact of particular singers, librettists, composers or indeed economic conditions was often crucial in the sense that local resources both human and financial could shape individual works, require modifications to be made to the text, or account for the fashionability of certain character-roles.
Many speakers at the PREA conference alluded to the current fashionability of real estate-based securities, such as collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs), as a substitute for direct investment in real property itself.
Primark continues to deliver a very strong trading performance as it expands through new stores, while its improved fashionability, faster turnaround of trends and value credentials are particularly attractive for consumers in a challenging economic environment of lower discretionary spending.
In this latest edition of the denim and jeanswear report, just-style has combined the idea of fashionability with price, in the form of a price-fashion matrix which we believe is central to understanding why and how consumers buy their jeans.
Plays that actually included embedded masques--which are almost always identified by onstage characters as masques--helped to perpetuate and benefited from the notion of masque participation or attendance as a mark of fashionability and status, for the already elite as well as the socially ambitious.
Women such as Catherine Macaulay, who combined fashionability with a high profile in print culture, shared the same modes of publicity with women of notoriety such as Lady Henrietta Grosvenor: the prominence of the adulteress and the fame of the female historian were therefore inter-implicated as signs of the feminization of public culture after 1760.