Big-one sentence example

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  • It sure is a big one.

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  • A farm is not considered a big one unless it contains from 2000 to io,000 acres at least.

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  • Many doubted I would ever wrestle again following my injury, so to come back and to recapture the big one was unbelievable.

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  • Catchy riffs, great vocals and a romper stomper bassline make them another big one for 2006.

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  • The big one was the thalidomide disaster of 1962.

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  • Delaying could allow a small problem to grow into a big one.

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  • Well, Bristol Palin's parents have deep pockets, so we can all expect this battle to be a big one.

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  • The big one is the minimum purchase order-you can't just go in and buy one pair for yourself.

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  • Push it near the big one and it'll hop on top and come to life!

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  • At this point, sadly enough, it's a frighteningly real prospect-seismologists and geologists have been saying for some time that we are due for a big one.

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  • One very big one is in the area of social behaviors.

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