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“This year his excuse was yet another elite party: a farewell for David Axelrod, at the Dupont Circle pad of former top staffer Linda Douglass, filled with top admin officials, senior White House folks and a smattering of big-deal journalists.”
“This was a big-deal event, long and lovingly planned, with attention given to every detail.”
“There were Charlton Heston and Sydney Pollack - big-deal guys, who might have been the montage closer in any other year.”
“The Court teased us again today, handing down decisions in three boring cases, but none of the big-deal cases that are pending.”
“I order a big creamy bowl of café au lait when the place is peppered with discreet, big-deal New Yorkers.”
“And that, my friends, is exactly the kind of high-wire metaphorical artistry that moves the likes of famous authors and big-deal book publishers to often totally think about responding to my calls, emails, letters, instant messages, and attempts to catch them on Skype.”
“Finance ministers, central bankers and big-deal financiers have arrived in Washington for the annual Oktoberfest of economic policy-making, and in case you couldn't tell from the headlines over the past few days, they're plenty worried that the global recovery is about to lose steam.”
“Try to imagine this: A big-deal college football coach—say, Nick Saban of national champs Alabama—sends weekly handwritten letters to a son away at college, urging the young man to place education ahead of athletics.”
“Not everyone, of course, gets worked up about playing the big-deal courses.”
“This naturally led to a career in the music industry, where for many years he held down a big-deal job as a sales director for a major record label.”
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