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an entrepreneur who seems to have made his fortune mainly by giving how-to-get-rich lectures to entrepreneurial wannabes
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Liv, which opened in 2007, has been a hot spot for wannabes, celebrities and professional athletes.
But apparently John was also aware of Mark, a second would-be successor that makes a brief appearance in Saw III, but is only revealed to be a Jigsaw wannabe in Saw IV.
There was a time when getting an invite to the Playboy mansion was a bucket list item for many young Hollywood stars (or wannabes).
With his ferry network, wannabe populist De Blasio has given the handful of New Yorkers who do live and work on the waterfront a real luxury amenity.
Nate broke Blair's heart, and then had his heart broken by Serena, while Chuck bedded every model and wannabe socialite above 60th Street — and maybe even a few downtown.
For three kids whose grades couldn’t get them into a first-rate institution, these wannabe lawyers are pretty savvy.
Even Bannon’s allies suggested that the wannabe kingmaker’s insurgency lies more in populist packaging than in a real anti-establishment ideology.
Based on JK Rowling's creation, Bothwell School of Witchcraft (that's Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex to you muggles) will be opening its doors for wannabe-majs this summer.
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First Known Use: 1981See Words from the same year
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