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big talk

Boastful, arrogant, or grandiose talk or statements, usually that which is without merit, veracity, or substance. Lucy is always full of big talk, but she rarely follows through on it.
See also: big, talk
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IFFR also presents a series of Big Talks by filmmakers--and one actress--whose films are screening at the 2018 edition of the festival.
ITV chief executive Adam Crozier said: "The acquisition of Big Talk represents another important milestone as we continue to grow our production base and invest in creative talent.
Big Talk is the producer of Friday Night Dinner, Him & Her and Rev as well as films including Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End.
The event, The Big Talk, is part of The Big Start Student Entrepreneur Competition Season 4 www.
Small talk can lead to big talk, and he'll appreciate your making an effort.
The session -- titled The Big Talk with Keith Williams -- will be an unmissable event.
It's a bitter pill to swallow especially after all the big talk.
Josh Berger and Big Talk producer Matthew Justice to increase representation of people closely involved in filmmaking.
Intriguingly, there's nothing here about buying stuff from The Co-op, just big talk about "empowering hundreds of thousands of revolutionaries" to rise up and, you know, co-operate.
And how are other nations to esteem America's big talk on nonproliferation while it develops new classes of nuclear weapons?
Formally, Pendulum echoes Big Talk, 1985, an early billboard exhibited in Chicago whose two words--JUMBO MUMBO--were stacked one atop the other and could be read from left to right or, as suggested by the alternating color scheme, by moving one's eyes up and down from word to word.
There is this big talk of globalization by all nations and it's not the duty of the business community.
The big talk here is about change to the commercial market," puts in William Jordon.
Last year, Johnson backed up his big talk on the gridiron and went on to have a Pro Bowl year, helping to lead his team, the New York Jets, to within a slim hair of their first Super Bowl berth in over three decades.
All the big talk about diversity, tolerance, and respect was carelessly tossed out by a few vengeful brothers who felt compelled by their own evil spirits of hate, intolerance, and conformity.