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The storytelling tropes of these series soon spread to basically every other country in Scandinavia and, later, Western Europe, because creating a series in the vein of Danish drama was an easy way to become prestige-adjacent.
When we look at some of our prestige brands we’ve seen a real acceleration in this area.
It signed an exclusive vaccine deal with AstraZeneca that gave the pharmaceutical giant sole rights and no guarantee of low prices—with the less-publicized potential for Oxford to eventually make millions from the deal and win plenty of prestige.
At least in more formal settings, we’re told the General American accent sounds smarter, more honest, safer—and that’s because it carries the prestige of social standing.
Amazon has been doing more in recent months to attract prestige brands to the platform, recognizing the opportunity to capture a new kind of shopper.
So the research is more impactful and meaningful — even though it has less prestige.
However, on reaching Spain, the magic of the Emperor's personality soon restored the vigour and prestige of the French arms.
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In choosing Massna to carry to Paris the tidings of peace, it was not only his prestige and renown which influenced Bonaparte.
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The man who has seen gains self-confidence and the prestige of his subject when he encounters others who have only heard and read.
The motive of this harmless ruse was to bolster up Spanish prestige and thereby avoid bloodshed.

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