Pierson is unapologetic that Winter Harvest tends to serve a more upscale clientele .
He jumped in feet first and booked all the top names, drawing in a regular clientele which formed queues a mile long along Leigh Road.
She offered him a premier position with an assistant, regular hours and a wealthy clientele .
The clientele is the cream of Indonesia's political and business elite, who place a premium on privacy.
He argued that such decisions should be left to business owners and their clientele .
The Falcon is a traditional pub with a regular middle-aged clientele and a maximum capacity of 100.
Time, ostensibly an upscale eatery, seems to be pretty positive about clientele dancing off their dinners.
She also oversees a small, select barn of clientele in her training stable.
She received all her clients via the phone and had a regular clientele .
the solicitor's clientele