- n. Plural form of giant.
“The “excess” in the case of the giants is an accounting trick.”
“It's almost as if the New York Giants weren't able to communicate their massive power with the word "giants" alone, and IBM weren't able to communicate their world presence with the "international" in their official name.”
“* Although the prospect of doing a favor for biotech industry giants is no doubt a factor.”
“At the same time Bigby Wolf leads a mixed squad of commandos, Animal Fables and giants from the Cloud Kingdoms into the very heart of the Empire.”
“Still, goes to show you that all the legendary brilliance and efficiency of the consumer packaged goods giants is vastly overrated -- what a pack of morons.”
“The cozy corporate relationship between Asia's economic giants is part of the broad flow of global capital in the East.”
“We probably won't attempt an ascent in our lifetime, but a journey to the base camps of any of these awesome giants is bound to be unforgettable.”
“What has magnified the shifting fortunes of some modern tech giants is that their founders or key executives have recently moved on to other pursuits, casting some uncertainty on the companies 'futures.”
“Consolidation of the the internet giants is just as much of a travesty as the consolidation of news sources.”
“The attacks on the government by some of Plaid Cymru¡s giants is growing more intense.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘giants’.
Teams of the Major Leagues in the United States.
Looking for tweets for giants.