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Big Four

[¦big ¦fȯr]
(astronomy)
A group of large asteroids including Ceres, Pallas, Vesta, and Juno, the first four that were discovered.
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13 Oklahoma State (10-2), its former Big 12 and Big Eight rival.
Although not quite able to match the morning's performance on the afternoon, he still finished with a 69 for a two round total of 136 and a big eight shot victory.
I haven't played a lot of county cricket for the last couple of years but I'm really looking forward to getting in shape for what is a really big eight months ahead of us," he said.
By year five, the Wildcats were 9-2-1 after drilling Wyoming 52-17 in the Copper Bowl, and Snyder had matched Nebraska legend Bob Devaney's three Big Eight coach-of-the-year awards (1990, '91, '93) in a four-year span.
PHIL BROWN is backing Neil Mellor to carry on scoring as Preston kick-off a big eight days by travelling to Walsall tomorrow.
With this format there is no guarantee who will come off the boards to lock horns with the big eight in front of the ESPN cameras tomorrow.
I decided on an offer from a Big Eight firm in Dallas.
His extensive experience includes serving as administrator at a multi-physician, multi-location oncology practice, medical IT consulting to Big Eight accounting firms, and working as national director of client support for a healthcare software company.
TVS has produced and distributed television shows since 1961 and is best known for its long running college basketball coverage, including the NCAA Basketball Tournament Championships as well as coverage from major conferences such as the ACC Basketball, SEC Basketball, Big Ten Basketball, Big Eight basketball, Pac Ten basketball, and Big East basketball programs.
merged in 1989 to form our modern organization, we were the smallest of what was then the Big Eight.
Peat Marwick & Main--Main was eventually replaced by Mitchell; PM&M was another Big Eight back then, eventually gobbled up by KPMG and spun off to Bearing Point, which went defunct this year.
I wouldn't disagree with Harden's list of the Big Five, but mine would be slightly bigger, maybe a Big Eight, and would definitely include Opus in Cornwall Street.