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Honeycomb (cereal) - Advertising and Marketing - Honeycomb Hideout
... would arrive, initially hostile, and exclaim a need for a "big" taste ... with a tape measure and singing the jingle Honeycomb's big...yeah yeah yeah! It's not no no! Honeycomb's got...a big big bite! Big big (taste/crunch) in a big big ...
Mitchell Kriegman
... His production company, Big Big Productions, developed the patented technique called Shadowmation which utilizes real time virtual sets and Bunraku style team puppetry ... has been used in Book of Pooh, It's a Big Big World and the fourth season opening of Bear in the Big Blue House ... His latest project, It's a Big Big World is in production at Wainscott Studios, a state-of-the-art animation and production facility in Wainscott, New ...
Border Princes - Plot Summary
... numbers and shining blue lights, spouting out stream-of-consciousness ramblings, and chanting "big big big." A young man named Huw dies of a seizure before Tosh's eyes, coughing out a puff of foul-smelling smoke ... a splitting headache, having woken to find that he'd written "big big big" in lipstick on his bathroom mirror ...
The Big Bopper
24, 1930 – February 3, 1959) also commonly known as The Big Bopper, was an American disc jockey, singer, and songwriter whose big voice and exuberant personality ...
List Of Police-related Slang Terms - B
... The Big Big Big Big Halifax, Nova Scotia, an over-inflated sense of power ... Big Blue Machine Ontario, Ontario Provincial Police or any other large regional police service assuming policing duties and taking on the staff and resources of smaller police services ... As in several other countries, police uniforms had big badges and buttons ...

Famous quotes containing the word big:

    ...deep down, deeper than everyday gets me, I am still one of them and will be till I die. In my heart and soul I belong to the lot and the red wagons and the Big Top.
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    ... all big changes in human history have been arrived at slowly and through many compromises.
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