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big noise

n
informal an important person
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big noise

big shot n (fam) → pezzo grosso
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Young musicians from Big Noise Raploch paid a special visit to the University of Stirling this week.
Big Noise Theatre has been presenting high-quality shows for nearly 15 years.
com)-- Big Noise and The Stadium Theatre are proud to announce a Commemoration Ceremony with Louis Prima Jr.
But yesterday Nicolas Sturgeon was given a lesson on how to use the brass instrument by members of the Govanhill Big Noise Orchestra.
The 27-year-old chart-topper performed all of the hits which have made her a big noise since she smashed her way on to the scene three years ago.
WELL done to the kids from Big Noise orchestra in Aberdeen - for showing us that music makes you brainy too.
AWAY from the funeral parlour, Baker was something of a big noise.
This is why you need a bomb of air to make a big noise.
Special Big Noise workshops are taking place during the next two weekends at Marsden Parochial Hall on Clough Lea where children will be able to make their own noisy instruments from recycled household items.
We hadn't heard any announcement but it was a big noise.
Sistema Scotland works with more than 1,500 children and young people in Raploch, Govanhill and Torry, aiming to transform their lives, opportunities and prospects by engaging them in Big Noise youth orchestras.
From within the bosom of the big man himself, revellers can head for carnival and Rio at Florita's - beautiful women, drums, costumes, big noise, big atmosphere, larger than life experience.