big noise


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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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TANTRiX has worked with Big Noise since April 2019.
Children and young people of Big Noise Raploch hosted their counterparts from United States prior to performing at a famous Edinburgh Festival music venue.
At Walker Road School we're doing Sistema Big Noise torry.
So this week the British Lung Foundation is making a big noise about lung health.
Big Noise Theatre presents the second show of its 2018-19 season, "Steel Magnolias," opening Friday, Jan.
He heard a "big noise" and rushed to see what had happened and found the Corsa had ploughed into Arc Communties shop.
The Terriers travel to Molineux for the top-flight test, which will be shown live by Sky Sports, and the 73-year-old expects a big noise from the away support once again in the Black Country.
The Government is making such a big noise about driverless electric vehicles being the way forward, so what is the point of investing billions in new technology when our roads are so bad we have nowhere to drive these wonderful space age vehicles?
But yesterday Nicolas Sturgeon was given a lesson on how to use the brass instrument by members of the Govanhill Big Noise Orchestra.
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.
A bomb of air to make a big noise. That is your plan.