She plays the nouveau riche Saskia whose wedding preparations are videoed by the groom's brother/best man (Rufus Hound).
What does NR stand for?
NR stands for Nouveau Riche
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- Not Real (mathematics)
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- Not Recommended
- Not Remarkable
- Not Reported
- Not Required
- Not Reserved (auction)
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- Nothing Really
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Samples in periodicals archive:
She plays the nouveau riche Saskia, whose fraught wedding preparations are videoed by the groom's brother/best man (Rufus Hound).
Byline: Jade Wright BASED on F Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, the action is set in the 1920s, where the nouveau riche Jay Gatsby appears to be buying his way into high society by throwing a series of lavish parties.
Live football Sky Sports 2, 8pm A KNIGHT of the realm has been irked by the ostentatious nouveau riche and their conspicuous consumption, writes Michael Brear.
a subsidiary of Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, in a bid to woo the country's nouveau riche and affluent foreigners.
Not only are Russia's nouveau riche keen to get behind the wheel of a Mercedes or a Porsche, but they are willing to pay for costly options.
As Scotland flourished industrially in the late-19th century, many of its nouveau riche claimed cultural credibility through the purchase of fancy modern art from faraway France.
It challenges portrayals of McKinley as a tool of big business in the incarnation of capitalist Mark Hanna; objects to the idea that McKinley's defense of protectionism was poorly articulated and emotionally based; and celebrates his ability to form an electoral coalition of the second tier nouveau riche capitalists, the middle class, and the working class through his articulation of a vision of idealist capitalism.