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"Think Big Illinois," bent on amending the constitution, should more aptly be named "Think Big Government Illinois." One of its flyers shows a mansion, meant to depict the rich.
My dad used to say, think big, because in the UK you can.
Asked if Birmingham should launch a Commonwealth Games bid, he said: "I always think Birmingham should think big and be ambitious.
Entrepreneurs are developing new applications through a Living Lab partnership between Cisco and Think Big Partners to connect entrepreneurs to smart city data.
As a community leader in business innovation that solves real world problems, Think Big Partners is hosting this Smart City Tech Summit so that public officials, entrepreneurs, technologists and innovators have the chance to meet and share information with the intent that the insights shared will prove valuable in addressing future public safety challenges.
Think Big: Quilts, Runners, and Pillows from 18" Blocks offers projects for quilts in five sizes and provides charts that show the number of blocks to use for projects in these sizes, which range from runners to king-size quilts.
I think big lips are awesome," Kylie revealed to (http://www.eonline.com/news/598275/kylie-jenner-slams-lip-injection-rumors-one-last-time-thinks-big-lips-are-awesome) eonline.com in a recent interview.
PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk, PT Indonesia AirAsia, and Think BIG Digital Sdn Bhd launched the CIMB Niaga AirAsia BIG co-branded credit card in Jakarta targeting travellers in Indonesia.
And the way to think big in the 21st Century is by changing the UK.
THINK BIG, THINK BOUNCY, THINK THX – – TOTAL HAIR EXPERTS
Kuala Lumpur - Aimia Inc., a global leader in loyalty management headquartered in Canada, AirAsia Berhad, Asia's fastest growing and largest low-cost airline, and Think Big Digital Sdn Bhd , announced the signing of a partnership agreement for Aimia's acquisition of a minority stake in Think Big, the owner and operator of BIG - AirAsia and Tune Group's loyalty program.
Summary: It is possible to think big but make small.