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BIGS

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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Charley noted my look of disappointment, and laughed; and then to comfort me he gave an authentic account of one expedition which had descended upon Big Alec's floating home to capture him, alive preferably, dead if necessary.
said Big Klaus; and, seizing an iron bar, he struck Little Klaus' one horse such a blow on the head that it fell down and died on the spot.
And then he said: "I'm sure the Ox is not as big as this.
He has gone to the other camp beside the big afi that flows far toward the setting sun.
Inside the mouth of the river, after the sand-bar had combed the strength of the breakers, he built a big fish-trap.
But let me tell you-all that when the big strike sure does come, you-all'll do a little surface-scratchin' and muck-raking, but danged little you-all'll have to show for it.
They're so white an' regular, an' not big, an' not dinky little baby's teeth either.
My big rattler was old, and had led too easy a life; there was not much fight in him.
He nearly drowned himself in the bath-tubs, put his nose into the ink on a writing table, and burned it on the end of the big man's cigar, for he climbed up in the big man's lap to see how writing was done.
He is an exceedingly puffy little old gentleman, with big circular eyes and a huge double chin.
When the Cowardly Lion stepped upon the raft it tipped badly, for he was big and heavy; but the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman stood upon the other end to steady it, and they had long poles in their hands to push the raft through the water.
The little girl from India was sitting on a big footstool looking on.