The United States has become a biotech behemoth
due to the successes of its startups.
The '90s produced huge behemoths
with vast floor plates; they loom over their dreary neighbours, flaunting themselves with clumsy gestures and flashy stone cladding.
Smaller companies are often hotbeds of creativity, new thinking, and innovation, but are often unknown within an industry sector that can appear dominated by relative behemoths
spent most of their time on all fours but may have reared up on their hind limbs to defend themselves of browse on high foliage.
Embarrassed by their own hypocrisy, legislative Democrats are now working on ways to purge the behemoths
from their fleet.
Endless arguments over the tactful conversion of Goering's Aviation Ministry building or the possible preservation of East Germany's Palace of the Republic are surely less important now than the behemoths
rising from the new Potzdamer Platz under the banners of Sony and Daimler Benz.
The company had many critics as it positioned itself to take on such sports behemoths
In the future, such devices will be old-fashioned behemoths
Similar multiproperty deals have been cut with other media behemoths
In our results, sometimes the smaller, innovative providers are more influential in the creation of 'intelligent' enterprises than the big software behemoths
She estimates that the behemoths
bladder held about 1,300 liters.
A small software company is taking on entertainment behemoths
, suing nine major movie studios for the right to sell a program that allows the user to copy commercial DVDs.