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generous; kind or forgiving. (Sometimes sarcastic.) He gave me some of his apple. That was very big of him. It was big of Sally to come over and apologize like that.
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The biggest honey mesquite grows in Real County, not far from the eastern edge of its range, which covers the Southwest to California.
It is planned for release prior to the finale of the current season of NBC's The Biggest Loser.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 40 stars from NBC's hit series, "The Biggest Loser," will show America how far they've come this July when they reunite at the landmark San Francisco Triathlon at Treasure Island.
The Lakers' dominant start and recent struggles aren't the biggest surprise, either.
Quicken was by far the biggest recruiter in the industry during the fourth quarter.
10,811 people, organisations and businesses hosted a World's Biggest Coffee Morning in Wales this year, our highest ever number.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The Rapporture of the House of Representatives, Niazi Memr Oglu said that "the Tuesday session will determined the biggest bloc assigned to nominate its candidate to head the next government in addition to discussing the recommendations of the special committees of the displaced and the general budget.
The penultimate film in the blockbuster series set five records, including the biggest opening weekend, taking pounds 18.
ISTANBUL, Aug 25, 2010 (TUR) -- Companies ranked in a list of second biggest 500 industrial corporations in Turkey increased their pre-tax profits 29.
Shively believes breaking the boom-and bust-cycle will be the industry's biggest challenge and that efficient, liquid commercial real estate finance markets will be a big part of the solution.
Online Video Contest Offers a Chance of a Lifetime to Win Four-Week Experience at The Biggest Loser Resort in Malibu, Calif.
Use #PFBiggestSupporter for the chance to win a trip to The Biggest Loser season finale in Los Angeles on Feb.
But that still leaves the nation's second-biggest hamburger chain far behind its two biggest rivals -- McDonald's Corp.
And the crown jewels would include the biggest, tallest, and oldest trees on Mother Earth.
Some 68 percent of respondents said their biggest worries today were "retaining more of the company dollar," "shrinking profits," "rising business costs" and "declining revenue.