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Our view is that the unleashing of animal spirits post Trump tax cuts caused a surge in hiring across the board, e.g., jobs of the future and all jobs writ large, said Benjamin Pring.
The severity of the punishment can be gauged by the anguish writ large on the face of one of the young students who was lashed by his teacher.
Panic was writ large in the man's argument and dominance in the woman's.
Rather than splash out on a shiny car, she's opted for expensive dentistry - describing her new set of braces as a "midlife crisis writ large".
Procurement undoubtedly provides a very ample platform for corruption through kickbacks, inflated tenders and nepotism writ large. However, our biggest problem may not be procurement but our rotten moral fabric.
Writ large across the page is the first response of this group, which resorts to partisan politics, at the slightest whiff of criticism in an attempt to stifle debate.
He said: "In the design of the Garden of Cosmic Speculation, the Chinese concept of miniaturising a landscape has been writ large; taking the laws of the universe and expressing them in landform, aluminium and water.
It's also writ large that Clarets' games are goal-lite and tightly wrangled.
Earlier, he told reporters: "There is concern amongst the population writ large that there is an undermining through general immigration and the weight of numbers that we have got, and Islam as well, that our culture is being buried by this, being sort of pushed aside."
"There is concern among the population writ large that there is an undermining through general immigration and the weight of numbers that we have got, and Islam as well, that our culture is being buried by this, being sort of pushed aside," he told reporters.
DURING the Westminster debate on Tory plans to raise tuition fees in England, Labour MPs claimed that raising them to PS9,250 per year was "unsustainable for students and completely unfair", "anti-social mobility policy writ large" and "a cold, calculating trick on young people".
Rather than focusing on the technical details, the emotional content of the story is writ large, charting the brothers' shared dreams and passion for invention, the occasional setbacks and frustrations, their determination to keep trying and the excitement of success.
The satisfaction was writ large having scored runs on a difficult track.
Put bluntly, the conversation we're really having now isn't about how we view the immigration of specific people from specific countries under specific circumstances; it's about how we view immigration writ large. Clearly audible in the subtext of all our shouting are two radically distinct positions.
Worries were writ large on Vijender's face when he entered the secretariat to meet the chief minister and then the DGP.