Big Daddy


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Big Daddy

wealthy Mississippi landowner of humble origins. [Am. Lit.: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof]
See: Wealth
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Morrisons Big Daddy Breakfast was launched for [pounds sterling]6 last year.
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Born and raised in Edenton, North Carolina, Big Daddy Wilson still remembers his early years as a country boy, singing in his local church.
"Big Daddy Kane is of the most profound lyricists of all time hard enough for the fellas and smooth enough for the ladies, with second-to-none showmanship," Love, Peace & Hip-Hop founder and executive director FatRat Da Czar said in a new release.
The wrestlers in the ring are Giant Haystacks, Bruno Elrington and Big Daddy.
Red masked fighter Kendo Nagasaki turned out to be Peter Thornley and not a Japanese samurai at all when he was spectacularly unmasked by Big Daddy during a televised bout in 1975.
'I want my mother to come home because by brothers and sisters are always crying on me for her, but they refused to go to her new house', Big Daddy laments.
Morrisons said the PS6 Big Daddy, with three sausages and three rashers of bacon, was meant to be a "special daddy-sized treat".
Morrisons said that The Big Daddy Breakfast was launched purely to satisfy customer demand after diners remarked that its traditional morning meal simply wasn't big enough.
Aldi is restocking its popular Big Daddy steak, just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.
It is set in the plantation home of Big Daddy Pollitt, a wealthy cotton tycoon, in Mississippi.