At the same time, though, they wanted to define themselves as sort of elite and up-and-coming.
“It's an assembly line,” says Chloe Hilliard, an up-and-coming African American New York City-based working stand up comic.
Back then, Ramsay was an up-and-coming player in the food world, a working class Scot whose father drank too much and abused him.
Peters had wanted to use tracks from the then up-and-coming Madonna in the 1985 film Vision Quest.
Klein will be returning to Spring Studios for the Fall/Winter 2014 season, along with some younger, up-and-coming designers.
And these individuals might be willing to invest some of their capital in some up-and-coming young businessmen, young politicians.
I was all for taking her in because she is so gol darned pretty and up-and-coming.
No, hes got something better; hes got an up-and-coming wife who works just as hard as Zeph—looks.
Honey, I didn't mean——You were the only up-and-coming person in the bunch.
You would think an up-and-coming scientific man would want a hospital at one elbow and a morgue at the other.
Prepare to be humiliated, attacked, robbed, despised, etc; GO FUCK oneself: our commune motto, ''Up against the wall, motherfuckers''/ Up against the wall, IBM and General Electric and Xerox and Procter & Gamble and American Express
[1960s+ Counterculture; fr a line in a poem by LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), ''Up against the wall, motherfuckers,'' fr the command of a holdup man to his victim, or of the police to a person being arrested, forcing him to immobilize himself by leaning forward arched with hands against a wall; probably influenced by the fact that people are executed by being shot against a wall]