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Synonyms for lion

Synonyms for lion

Synonyms for lion

large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male

a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after)

(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Leo

the fifth sign of the zodiac

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She is the founder and CEO of The Lion's Share Group.
Chinese banks have contributed a lion's share of the total profits generated by banks around the world.
An interior at the Through Walton Homes' Lion's Share initiative, buyers will only need to pay 85 per cent of the value of their chosen apartment through a five per cent deposit and a conventional mortgage.
Since our credit union has members throughout the entire southeastern United States, Credit Union 24's fee-free network access greatly improves the ATM and POS services we provide our members and the value they receive from our credit union," said John McGrail, CEO of Lion's Share FCU.
taxpayers, since we provide the lion's share of funding for the UN and its various agencies.
Marc, the brother in deepest trouble, is thus afforded the lion's share of the dramatic action.
The biggest beneficiary from the pay outs is Mr Parton, who takes the lion's share of pounds 3.
8 Share awards and accolades with assistants-always give them a lion's share of the credit.
Ah, technology: It gets the lion's share of credit for most of the productivity increases we've seen in the past few decades, and often rightfully so.
The lion's share of benefits came from four clean air regulations that showed benefits of $101-119 billion compared to costs of $8-8.
He told Nikkei BP that his experience with eBay--especially the many, many phone calls to the US head office to sort out operational problems and system modifications--taught him a valuable lesson: Let Yahoo have the lion's share of the online auction market in Japan and go after the otaku (fanatics) instead.
The Timken Company [Canton, OH] pioneered the modules back in the early 1990s with the introduction of its Sensor-Pac, and now holds the lion's share of the market it essentially created for pick-ups and SUVs.
I think digitization and digital distribution [are] going to change the order, and, yes, there is going to be unhappiness, just like there was unhappiness in the computer industry watching the new upstarts--the minicomputer and personal computer makers--take a lion's share of the revenue pie.
Researchers had long thought that the lion's share of the released energy simply heated the metal.
Sales of term life through its direct channel, Matrix Direct, is "where the lion's share of growth is in terms of alternative distribution," he said.