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As it came nearer and nearer, what should it turn out to be but a human shape, not so big as Antaeus, it is true, although a very enormous figure, in comparison with Pygmies, and a vast deal bigger than the men we see nowadays.
The strange Giant's club is bigger than your own, his shoulders are the broadest, and we think him the stronger of the two.
In fact, if the Giant had been no bigger than the Pygmies (who stood pricking up their ears, and looking and listening to what was going forward), the stranger could not have been less afraid of him.
Having now no weapons but his fists, he doubled them up (each bigger than a hogshead), smote one against the other, and danced up and down with absolute frenzy, flourishing his immense arms about, as if he meant not merely to kill Hercules, but to smash the whole world to pieces.
The Town Council are all very little, round, oily, intelligent men, with big saucer eyes and fat double chins, and have their coats much longer and their shoe-buckles much bigger than the ordinary inhabitants of Vondervotteimittiss.
His coat-tail is very far longer -- his pipe, his shoe -- buckles, his eyes, and his stomach, very far bigger -- than those of any other old gentleman in the village; and as to his chin, it is not only double, but triple.
Wright anatomizes all Dixon's premises when Bigger crosses the color line and enters the Daltons' white house.
The Williams report, which advocates bigger councils, is written by Williams who was instrumental in creating the bigger Betsi from the smaller health authorities.
A TOILET maker has built a king-size loo to take the strain of bigger bottoms.
NEW YORK, July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bigger Capital Fund, LP, Bachelier, LLC and the Bigger Family (together, "Bigger Capital" or "we"), a significant shareholder of Phorm Corporation Limited (AIM: PHRM) ("Phorm" or the "Company"), owning 20,713,435 ordinary shares, representing approximately 2.
Apple might be readying a bigger iPhone 6 for a release this fall though new research has shown that a bigger display is not the first priority for iPhone buyers.
SO, feet are getting bigger in England, apparently up two sizes in 40 years.