large it


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large it

vb
(intr, pron) slang Brit to enjoy oneself or celebrate in an extravagant way
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There's an enormous helping of them shoring up an even bigger tranche of battered cod (PS13.50), so large it's snaking its way off the plate.
But if the distance is too large it's like a bloke jumping between cliffs and not quite making it to the edge."
By and large it's quite obvious: undue chronic stress at work leads to a natural state of being worn out.
The Fly Quiet Committee needs "to be a dedicated working group striving for a solution" that's geographically balanced and isn't so large it's unwieldy, noise commission Chairwoman and Mount Prospect Mayor Arlene Juracek said.
They live, by and large it's acknowledged, outside of society, that's why they get their status.
But by and large it's been a team effort - achieved without any highprofile recruits.
Admittedly a few episodes of the most recent runs have been a tad lacklustre, but by and large it's continued to keep viewers' attentions while showing us a different side to some of the UK's most popular stars.
But in the land of the large it's the small things that make the world of difference.
"The imbalance is so large it's an open question whether lawmakers will do something to close the shortfall, which gets harder to close with every passing year," said Charles Blahous, III, one of the report's authors who spoke at a BPC dicussion Wednesday on Retirement in America.
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