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Horsemen

A slang term for large cap tech stocks. The term is most commonly used in the plural.
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Moreover, Kim revealed that this is the first time in "Sleepy Hollow" that Crane is battling all four horsemen of the apocalypse at the same time.
He is disgusted by the pitiful state of mankind and resolves to create a new world order with the help of his four devoted horsemen of the apocalypse.
Both Bahraini winners expressed their delight at accomplishing these good results in the championship in which participated the UAE knights and horsemen from other countries.
Horsemen from the Guard of Honour of the Presidential Regiment and the Kremlin Equestrian Riding School have been invited to take part in ceremonies at Windsor Castle devoted to the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation.
Professor Graham said: "William Cavendish was one of the greatest European horsemen.
OAKRIDGE - In 1973, a group of Montana cowboys formed the Back Country Horsemen of America to fight to preserve horse access to public lands in the face of emerging regulatory barriers.
in 1963 and 1964, no program defined college football more than Notre Dame, and players said it was an awe-inspiring moment to run onto the same grounds where Knute Rockne coached, and where Paul Hornung, George Gipp and the Four Horsemen played.
Two recent books give black horsemen a little limelight.
In a 67-page opinion, the state's high court ruled that the prosecutor's reference to the "four horsemen of the apocalypse" did not amount to a violation of the Constitution.
Cossack horsemen and gymnasts leaping over cars are among the attractions lined up for a North East show.
Companies are just getting out of selling insurance to horsemen.
In his column in BA News Rod Eddington compared the industry's traumas to the "four horsemen of the apocalypse".