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exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style

raised to or occupying a high position or rank

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the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100

of behavior that is impressive and ambitious in scale or scope

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of or befitting a lord

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rich and superior in quality

large and impressive in physical size or extent

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the most important and magnificent in adornment

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used of a person's appearance or behavior

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Come on, admit it: Today, on the third anniversary of the Northridge Earthquake, you don't worry as much as you once did that the Big One may be building itself into a rage somewhere Under There, preparing to roll out enough shear waves to knock Southern California back to the Pleistocene Epoch.
There were big ones and little ones and I wasn''t put off because they were slimy.
I've been off for a couple of weeks and I am just trying to get back into it, and after this I have the big one next week with the Irish Open.
Thursday will also see The BIG Ones make a special visit.
The little hurricanes can be as devastating as the big ones,'' Tommy says.
Each setting begins with a small dune rear-ending a big one.
Good small companies stand a chance of becoming good big ones faster than big ones get bigger.
We'll just take a look at the big ones -- the ones that were supposed to revolutionize the way companies do business.
For me they are obviously to win the big ones - and the big ones are the majors.
Small companies can easily compete with big ones, except in providing services to large customers.
Before the 3-year-olds have run any major races, the older horses will have run several big ones, and in the thoroughbreds' heavyweight division it's the Californians who are asserting superiority.
Small ones swing in clocks in our homes, and big ones sway slowly in great halls of museums.
Deal of the Century" -- Fast-talking Eddie Muntz (Chevy Chase) is a weapons super salesman -- he sells little ones to kick off a riot and big ones that can trigger a world war.
While old-timers might say belting out a tune on the boat might scare the big ones away, a little crooning is encouraged here.
The large spheres would behave in the same way, but outnumbered by small particles bent on maximizing their own freedom, the big ones remain pinned to the glass surface like wallflowers at a raucous high school dance.