That history is writ large
in the story of football.
She contends that there is another discourse in which the cycle is implicated, a discourse in which definitions of citizenship, political rights, foreigner, slavery, and enemies are writ large
The news that Osama bin Laden is no more demonstrates the resolve of the intelligence and military community and the American community writ large
He said that the Sharifs' entire political career was writ large
with conflicts against national institutions to the detriment of the nation and the Friday incident at the Punjab Assembly was their latest attempt to weaken the media which was the fourth pillar of the realm.
Prepare for intensity writ large
as they try to invoke an ambient atmosphere of epic proportions.
The faces in the Mechanics Hall crowd yesterday - and the aspirations writ large
upon them - are animated by the opportunities and responsibilities of citizenship finally achieved, secured by the knowledge that these new Americans have achieved their dream the right way.
Because here is one car with lash-up writ large
over its ugly great mass.
No, Hickey and Galton were of the same ilk, riot-busters, strike-breakers, charge-room dolly-boys with the stamp of bully writ large
Air America is corporate writ small and NBC is corporate writ large
Wanted doesn't take itself seriously and nor should we, enjoying this orgy of gravity-defying acrobatics as escapist fantasy writ large
Absurd but great fun; WANTED (18, 114 mins TBC) Action/Thriller. James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Thomas Kretschmann, Common, Marc Warren, Dato Bakhtadze. Konstantin Khabensky, Kristen Hager, David O'Hara, Lorna Scott, Terence Stamp, Chris Pratt. Director: Timur Bekmambetov. *****
However, peering through the crack in the door of Northern chairman Graham Stow's office, the Fly detects the name Sportech - parent company of Bet Direct and Littlewoods Pools - writ large
This tilt or incline, which induces a kinesthetic response in the beholder, also reminds us of something else: We recognize that, writ large
, the axis of melancholy is the axis of the world.