big-timer


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There are no big-timers, just a group of lads who are all working hard and giving a hundred per cent every week - and that includes the lads who are not involved.
Keeping our feet on the floor is the challenge now but the boys are really down to earth and there are no big-timers at the club.
Especially if he looks over his shoulder and sees experienced big-timers such as Karlsson, Donald and defending champion Paul Casey breathing down his neck.
That faith stems from last season's remarkable victories over big-timers Exeter and Leeds.
We have a genuine bunch of boys here, there are no big-timers who are just here to pick up their wages," he added.
There are no big-timers in our dressing room, and if they were there are plenty of people who would pull the rug from under them pretty quickly
We've got no big-timers, the lads love each other and work hard for each other.
You can visit the millionaire playground of Palm Beach, Florida, and live the good life for a fraction of what big-timers spend.
The guilty parties, by the way, are not fly-by-night companies but big-timers like R.
There were no big-timers, nobody so comfortable with their own place in the side that they'd inhibit those less confident - and certainly nobody willing to put a wall around themselves in a bid to keep Eriksson's influence out.
Wales first produced a string of internationally popular bands in the mid to late 1990s, including the Phonics, Manics, and Catatonia, but these big-timers sang mainly in English.