1Clothingcorbata con los colores de la escuela
- See my room is quite large, and it has those blocks of wood holding up the ceiling so I had planned to do the simple thing of attaching my old school tie to one of the pieces of wood.
- He doesn't wear an old school tie anymore and has stopped donning a dinner jacket and wandering down to the casino of an evening, with a sporty gel on his arm.
- This may be seen today in corporate uniforms (airlines, hotels), identification badges, shoulder-tabs, and arm-bands; regimental and old school ties are merely rose-tinted nostalgia for lost fraternalism.
- It must have been the only university at the height of the uber-cool Britpop scene where you could wear a Dire Straits or Queen T-shirt and not be hung from the nearest lamppost by your old school tie.
- One can't imagine a greater contrast to the National Farmers Federation, led by executives with ruddy faces and old school ties.
- There's no doubting it helped, especially with the upheaval of ground rows and incoming Eastern Europeans, but without an impressive CV the old school tie would have been worthless.
- These days few would even admit to tugging on that old school tie.
- There was a time when networking meant old boys flashing the old school tie at each other, or even giving a Masonic handshake.
- He was the epitome of the American idea of an Englishman, willingly posing for photographs hailing a taxi on Fifth Avenue with a rolled umbrella, dressed in waistcoat, old school tie and bowler hat.
2(attitude, system)the old school tie — (esp entre ex-alumnos de colegios de elite) el amiguismo
- No wonder that former politicians slip so easily into jobs in the media - it is a power base and it operates by similar rules to politics - contacts, favours and a version of the old school tie.
- Accent is a bit like the old school tie - if you speak nicely you will get a job, if you speak badly maybe you won't.
- The old school tie network is not in Scotland's long-term interests and it has to go.
- An idealist at heart, the Judge's more traditional colleagues regard him as something of a renegade to the old school tie.
- He believes that Scotland is self-centred and parochial, a place where the old school tie still matters.
- This new Scottish elite finds the old school tie to be increasingly unimportant, with those educated at state-funded schools outnumbering the privately educated by two to one.
- Worse, the poshest individual regiments effectively reserve public appointments, in the form of commissions, for friends of the old school tie.
- The result, he hopes, will be a giant set of databases that show the web of connections that often fuel politics and policymaking, such as old school ties, shared club memberships and campaign donations.
- So we have the ideologues in a Labour Government re-establishing a class structure in this country built around school - the old school tie network, which our generation thought we had managed to kill.
- The old school tie is very much a fundamental issue in getting access to Irish job markets - perhaps we should stop living in denial about how our two-tier society has come about!
- Despite the old school tie image, no other club has been so ruthless in its determination to snap up emerging talent.
- I didn't grow up on the North Shore, I didn't attend a Private School with blokes called ‘Hamish, Stirling, Campbell or Fothrington’ and I don't hail from that ‘Ra-Ra’ background of old school ties and Bentley's.
- Professed political democracy does not automatically do away with patronage, a modern version of the old school tie, or a male elite.