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‘I find that rather hard to believe,’ he said, ‘considering that one of Maitlands’ leading clients is the preferred bidder for TranStar Shipping — the white knight elected to fight off big bad PresCorp’s attempts to acquire a majority shareholding.’
The-parents befame heroes, the! octors and the hospital, big bad wolves.
Are you afraid of the big bad bogeyman, Killkenny?
He pictured the press making Kristine Granger Little Red Riding Hood and casting him in the role of the big bad wolf.
I started to say something defensive-like, Okay, so you're in a big bad mood because you're knocked up, so don't take it out on my sorry love life-but something stopped me.
So why was Caitlin crying as he showed her their new living room with the sweeping views of big bad Mt. Greylock and the Hoosic River?