TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «YUMPIE»
The term «yumpie» is barely ever used and occupies the 210.662
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YUMPIE»
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Routledge German Dictionary of Business, Commerce, and ...
... professional) GEN COMM, s&M Yumpie m. Yuppie m yuppie n BrE infrml (
young upwardly mobile professional) GEN сомм, s&M Yumpie m. Yuppie m ZBB
abbr (zero-base budgeting) ACC, FIN Nullbasis- Budgetierung/, Budgetierung/
They were too early to go inside when they got there, so Andy suggested that
Luke could take them all out to breakfast at "one of those yumpie places over on
Columbus." Luke was just a little apprehensive at the suggestion, though he didn'
Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Despite all the emphasis on pleasing potential yumpie buyers — or perhaps
because of it — the '85s as a group offer the widest selection of cars in years.
Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Toyota are each selling at least one
The Merriam-Webster New Book of Word Histories
A competing synonym of more purely acronymic derivation was yumpie,
explained as from 'young upwardly mobile professional', though again probably
in large part an alteration of yuppie. Yuppie and yumpie immediately spawned a
spate of ...
Routledge Dictionary of Economics
Young, A. A. (1928) aIncreasingreturns and economic progress«, Economic
Journal 38: 527¥42. yuan (430) Standard monetaryunit ofChina. yumpie (840)
Young upwardly mobile professional. See also: yuppie. yuppie, yuppy (840) A ...
Language History and Linguistic Modelling: A Festschrift for ...
This is often the case with such words as yuppie, yumpie, muppie (middle-aged
urban professional people); ruppie (young urban Republican); guppie < = green
and yuppie (ecologically-minded yuppie); rumpie (rural upwardly mobile people);
Raymond Hickey, Stanisław Puppel, 1997
Handbook of American Business History: Manufacturing
In the 1980s marketing tactics targeted the upscale "Yumpie/Yuppie" market.
Philip Morris marketed silver and gold decorated boxes for its Benson & Hedges
De Luxe Ultra Lights and introduced Players brand in a black pinstriped box.
David O. Whitten, Bessie Emrick Whitten, 1990
The Chambers Dictionary
See yumpie yumple or Yumpie yum'pi, (colloq) n one of the young upwardly-
mobile people, a dismissive designation for young rising or ambitious
professionals. — Also yump. — See also yuppie. yum-yum yum'-vum', (colloq)
inter) expressing ...
Curse of the Giant Muffins and Other Washington Maladies
"Yumpie" emerged after Gary Hart won the New Hampshire primary, followed
quickly by victories in Maine and Vermont. Clearly "yumpie" is a local variant
which only gained national prominence because Hart's early victories were in ...
我的單車 No.01： Bicyclette
古月瓜一這就是他的車 YumPie and His Bike 單車型號一 BMC / Tedm Eme 乾淨
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