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“The big ones is always neely at school, and Hal's too little to understand.”
“Like among the orcs-the big ones are on top, and the little goblins do all the hard work. ”
“They must have looked very queer from outside, popping out into the air one after another, green, blue, red, silver-grey, yellow, white; big ones, little ones; little ones dodging through big ones and joining into figure-eights, and going off like a flock of birds into the distance.”
“The really big ones were called Bomba the bomb’ and were much sought after.”
“Bones, particularly big ones such as skulls, could be found all over the plains, but as they drew near, it was obvious to Ayla that it was not a natural arrangement.”
“And they had a lot of these dams in Devil Bay, big ones and small ones, lovely smooth and level dams, it looked like a city.”
Looking for tweets for big ones.