from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The totality of a situation.
- n. The main film in a double feature.
While these worthless souls paid the supreme price for failure to please their rater with their social grace, or their overcledication to some facet of their mission, the other group could walk up the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin and sway the land of Ho and perhaps that of Mao with their documented abilities to "get along well with peer, subordinate and supervisor alike under even the most demanding situations" or their "clearly superior ability to see the big picture that allows him without fail to solve any problem in the most cost effective and timely manner."
For these few days only, a sixth big picture is put up right in the middle of the southern part of the square, that of Sun Yat-Sen. If this year is like past years, he will disappear in a few days.
The Long-Term Girlfriend has learned to focus on the big picture and knows that these sorts of concessions can help a relationship.
I don't think that because we stay in the big picture and on the high road or becaues we're from here or near here and might have a different accent, that we're seen as any different.
Most importantly, we had leaders like Major General Ronald Silverman and Major General James Simmons, who in the midst of an unconventional war were able to see the big picture and ensure our soldiers got the best of care.