power and prestigeAs such she holds tremendous power and prestige in Ulthuan.
prestige projectsNo one was under any illusion that Margaret Thatcher was in the business of building expensive prestige projects — a category into which the Channel Tunnel was wrongly put.
social prestigeUndermining his mother's social prestige was-one thing, having to tell her about the book himself was another.
prestige amongIn each case the basis for allocating prestige among the community was very public.
status and prestigeFinally, the status and prestige derived from empire threatens to raise the stakes in any imperial difficulty beyond what a rational reading of Soviet interests might otherwise dictate.
prestige stamp bookYearly prestige stamp books .
enjoy the prestigeMost of the good performers in the international search companies enjoy the prestige of being part of a large firm.
national prestigeFinally, national prestige is also at stake.
notion of prestigeThe most fruitful procedure might well be to seek lines of explanation other than those associated with the notion of prestige.
prestige itemsGold and silver have attracted particular attention because they were used to make prestige items such as jewellery and regalia.
little prestigeHowever, many occupations which afford little prestige or economic reward can be seen as vital to society.
considerable prestigeDespite all these humiliations and the failure of the dream, the migrants, once they return home, find they have acquired considerable prestige.