Goliathan


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Goliathan

(ɡəˈlaɪəθən)
adj
huge; gigantic
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'I'm like David in this situation, to be facing an entire Goliathan machinery,' he said, referring to Raja Nong Chik's influence in the area while using a biblical reference.
With their new album Goliathan released this past May, the band is poised to pummel craniums and grind it out on tour for the rest of 2015.
It contrasts the desperation, dearth of opportunity and powerlessness of Somalia with the enormous wealth and power of the Western world--cutting back and forth between the battered skiffs on a Somali beach where young men vie eagerly to join a pirate mission, and the vast acreage of containers laden with cargo at a rich port in Oman, with its queue of Goliathan vessels piled high with goods.
We're resisting any cheap jibes about the same thing happening in Scotland at the moment, with the legacy of a certain Goliathan outfit in Division Three.