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a garment size for a large person

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above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent

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fairly large or important in effect

ostentatiously lofty in style

generous and understanding and tolerant

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conspicuous in position or importance

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having broad power and range and scope

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in an advanced stage of pregnancy

in a boastful manner

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If a large LLC elects to pay the imputed tax, the LLC, not the members, is subject to the interest thereon, as well as any penalties.
With moves to one or a handful of insurers with a national network, the competition for large national accounts is heating up.
44 large strawberries (firm; not overly ripe), with calex (green leaves) left on, rinsed and well-dried with paper towels (20 will be dipped in chocolate and 24 left plain)
Large retailers that open more shops in response to falling sales perfectly illustrate this problem.
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Data collected by the Center for Food and Agricultural Business at Purdue University in the 2003 Large Commercial Producer Project indicates that larger operators plan to continue growing dramatically in the next five years.
Nearly all Canadian members of the Institute work for business entities that are subject to the Large Corporation rules.
Our proposed approach (Figure), in which large populations are continually monitored for new human-infective viruses, has not been considered technically feasible or medically necessary in the past.
For specialty paper producers, the large office and small office/home office (SOHO) marketplace catered to by large retail office supply stores offers challenges and opportunities-a two-edged sword.
Because Lotus applications are so widespread across large corporations, let's use them as an example.
For many years one of the biggest and most contentious trade disputes between the US and Japan was the US assertion that non-tariff trade barriers were behind the failure of large American retail stores to crack the Japanese market.
In most cases, such investigations are motivated and evaluated by small-scale simulations and experiments while ignoring effects from collective behavior that could emerge in a large network.
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