Biggest

  • (adj): Greatest in size of those under consideration.
    Synonyms: greatest, largest

Some articles on biggest:

Manhattan Theatre - Early History
... Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience was the theatre's biggest money spinner of the 1880s, running for 177 performances in 1891–92 and earning $100,000 ... Possibly the Theatre's biggest coup was the world premiere of Way Down East, the melodramatic stage play written by Charlotte Blair Parker, which proved to be one of the biggest American ...
Lough Neagh Rescue
... It is the biggest lake in Northern Ireland, supplying 40% of its water the biggest in Ireland, and the biggest in the British Isles ...
The Biggest Winner
... The Biggest Winner (Arabic الرابح الأكبر‎) is an Arabic reality television show that began broadcasting on MBC 1 in 2006 ... The show is an adaptation of the American reality television show The Biggest Loser ...
Carl And Jack Cole - World's Biggest Bookstore
... In 1980, Jack opened the World's Biggest Bookstore at the site of a former bowling alley ... The World's Biggest Bookstore would therefore close ...
Spartak Moscow–Dinamo Kiev Derby - Head To Head Record - Records
... Biggest wins by Spartak 51 – 40 ... – 1955, 1958 ... Biggest wins by Dynamo 41 – 1950, 1966, 1972, 2008 (twice) 30 – 1968, 1978, 2008 ... Biggest number of goals scored in a single match 7 (43) – 1957 ...

Famous quotes containing the word biggest:

    ... there is something quixotic in me about money, something meek and guilty. I want it and like it. But I cannot imagine insisting on it, pressing it out of people. I always vaguely feel: why should I have money when other people have it not? It is like taking the biggest piece of cake. And I can never feel that I have earned it.
    Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)

    One of your biggest jobs as a parent of multiples is no bigger than simply talking to your children individually and requiring that they respond to you individually as well. The benefits of this kind of communication can be enormous, in terms of the relationship you develop with each child, in terms of their language development, and eventually in terms of their sense of individuality, too.
    Pamela Patrick Novotny (20th century)

    In everything from athletic ability to popularity to looks, brains, and clothes, children rank themselves against others. At this age [7 and 8], children can tell you with amazing accuracy who has the coolest clothes, who tells the biggest lies, who is the best reader, who runs the fastest, and who is the most popular boy in the third grade.
    Stanley I. Greenspan (20th century)