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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 worse the dog gets the bigger the bill grows, don't you see?
The House of Representatives has approved at the committee level a substitute bill that seeks to penalize the use of motorcycles in crimes by way of using bigger plate numbers and identification marks.
Mark Reimer ("The Speed of Thought," M/A) states that a fundamental difference between apes and humans is that our bigger brains can handle more complex social interactions, which has given us psychological traits that enable group identity to trump individual thinking.
A study found overweight four- and 18-montholds eat similar food to those with a normal weight but have bigger portions - consuming 141 calories compared with 130.
David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition" was published to accompany exhibition of his work drawn from the past few years.
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.
Relying upon Wright's own description of how he conceived Bigger Thomas (given in "How Bigger Was Born"), I argue that the fictional character, Bigger Thomas, was no mere figment of Wright's imagination.
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.