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BIGS

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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I have settled it all;" and then Teddy's mother picked him up from the dust and hugged him, crying that he had saved Teddy from death, and Teddy's father said that he was a providence, and Teddy looked on with big scared eyes.
thought Big Klaus; and he smeared some tar at the bottom, so that of whatever was measured a little should remain in it.
He had no desire to follow this strange white man who was afraid at night; he had less to remain at the tender mercies of the Big Bwana's lusty warriors, between whom and his people there was long-standing blood feud; and he was more than delighted, into the bargain, for a legitimate excuse for deserting his much hated Swede master.
For, as these sage counselors remarked, the stranger's club was really very big, and had rattled like a thunderbolt against the skull of Antaeus.
They left him regarding the weed-hung flukes of the little anchor with big, pathetic blue eyes, and thanking them profusely.
Under one arm he carried a huge chapeau-de-bras, and under the other a fiddle nearly five times as big as himself.
It had been two cabins, but when Sir Garnet Wolseley or one of those big swells went down the coast in the
There are men who sail boats on the Round Pond, such big boats that they bring them in barrows and sometimes in perambulators, and then the baby has to walk.
When we get our Magic Belt," he made reply, "our King, Roquat the Red, will use its power to give every Whimsie a natural head as big and fine as the false head he now wears.
Me finish along you, you catch 'm big fella trouble, my word.
What'd they-all stake the big flat for if they-all didn't get the hunch?
She looked dumbly at the big fella white master, her eyes large with fright; nor did the trembling of her body cease for a long time after he had made her lie down.