So how did the NFL grow into TV's 800-pound gorilla
? The first Super Bowl in 1967, played between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs, aired on NBC and CBS and averaged 51.1 million viewers, with 41.1 percent of households tuning in.
"I talked to an agent on Wednesday who said it's the '800-pound gorilla
' of unproduced scripts out there right now."
"You know you have an 800-pound gorilla
that is potentially going to come after you if the price (of oil) goes up," Jackson Hockley, an analyst at wealth manager Northern Trust recently told clients in Houston about such fears.
There's no "Schindler's List" or "Gladiator" 800-pound gorilla
. Instead there's an unlikely low-budget three-hour indie family drama called "Boyhood" and an ambitious, corrosive "one-take" satire called "Birdman" as well as the darkly dramatic "Fox-catcher" and the code-breakers meets taboo-breakers tale "The Imitation Game" firmly planted in the awards discussion.
"I believe deer hunters ought to be the 800-pound gorilla
at the table when those decisions are being made."
Calling FDA's deeming regulations the "800-pound gorilla
in the room," Bryan Haynes, partner in the tobacco practice at Troutman Sanders, said people ask him every day when the FDA is going to publish its deeming regulations for tobacco products.
weapons industry is the 800-pound gorilla
in the global arms market.
You need 10,000 signatures, so that is the first 800-pound gorilla
that would have to be tackled.
To do this, you want them to describe the 800-pound gorilla
in the room (the belief they would otherwise use to solve the problem).
In lean times, what hope does a major city have to compete on the design calendar with Milan, the 800-pound gorilla
of design weeks?
One said: "They are the 800-pound gorilla
in athletic footwear, and if they become that in clothing, it's a great opportunity for them."
Duke's iPod experiment caused a ruckus because many people are stuck in a premillennial mindset that masks an 800-pound gorilla
of a game changer in their midst, the author contends.
In this month's cover profile, managing editor Nichole Morford addresses an issue that's the 800-pound gorilla
in the corner of the life and financial planning industry: how to attract, train and keep new blood in the business.
This issue what the kids can and can't do with their personal devices in and out of school--is the 800-pound gorilla
"Money is the new 800-pound gorilla
. It shifts the debate from 'Is the strategy working?' to 'Can we afford this?' And when you view it that way, the scope of the mission that we have now is far, far less defensible," The Washington Post quoted a senior administration official involved in Afghanistan policy, as saying.