(1) the company's flagship store in Paris(2) The Italian label, which has just opened a new London flagship store, really does make some of the best outerwear around.(3) A flagship Glasgow store would be a snub to Edinburgh which had harboured dreams of attracting the company.(4) The power bike's a flagship product, the kind of thing that could support a whole company.(5) It now only has the flagship Regent Street store left, which is valued at £19.6m.(6) Cornwall is due to hand over her flagship duties to sister ship HMS Campbeltown in October.(7) Just approaching the warship sends a shiver down the spine of the anybody with a sense of history, as she looks every inch the flagship in her prime.(8) Plans are already afoot to extend the product range and open the label's first flagship Berlin store this year.(9) Her current assignment is getting the new flagship store up and running well in time for Christmas.(10) He was supposed to be on a flagship or at least one of the larger ships of the fleet.(11) this bill is the flagship of the administration's legislative program(12) A flagship London store opened last September, and there are plans to open six more stores worldwide this year.(13) this bill is the flagship of the government's legislative programme(14) The flagship of the fleet, it leaves all others trailing in its wake.(15) As the flagship of Admiral Lord Howe, she played an important part in the early stages of the war with France.(16) Its flagship store in Princes Street recently hired a new manager.
(1) flagship store :: faleoloa tāua
1. top-of-the-line ::
2. topline ::
3. premium ::
4. prime ::
5. leading ::
6. champion ::
7. best ::
8. top ::
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