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kahuna

(person)
/k*-hoo'n*/ (From the Hawaiian title for a shaman) An IBM synonym for wizard or guru.
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Kahuna winners will be celebrated and the top-scoring company in each category will be presented with The Big Kahuna award at the 15th Anniversary Customer Contact West: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange, taking place October 27-30, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa in Huntington Beach, Calif.
SO, we've made it through week one of secondary school, the big kahuna. And suddenly, everything has changed for my 11-year-old - as well as a few things for me too.
SO, WE'VE made it through week one of secondary school, the big kahuna. And, suddenly, everything has changed for my 11-year-old - as well as a few things for me, too.
Add in the fact that his old hate figure Rafa Benitez is in charge at St James' Park and it really doesn't get any sweeter for Wearside's Big Kahuna.
For instance, Facebook was the big Kahuna three or four years ago, and now its role is much diminished as people like to use Instagram.
The case really can't be overstated - Exposed is a once-in-a-lifetime slice of awfulness, a Big Kahuna Burger of badness that may actually topple 2000's Battlefield Earth as the worst film of the millennium.
The case really can't be overstated - Exposed is a once-in-alifetime slice of awfulness, a Big Kahuna Burger of badness that may actually topple 2000's Battlefield Earth as the worst film of the millennium.
SUNDAY THE BIG KAHUNA BBC2 11.45PM Two veteran salesmen think they have landed a massive client when they discover that a junior colleague is connected to him.
Featuring thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' directions, the fantasy and science fiction literature based recipes range from Spice Beer (inspired by Dune); Cheese Buns (inspired by The Hunger Games); Plomeek Soup (inspired by Star Trek); and Big Kahuna Burger (inspired by Pulp Fiction); to Cauldron Cakes (inspired by Harry Potter); Turkish Delight (inspired by The Chronicles Of Narnia); Poffins (inspired by Pokemon); and Chocolate Salty Balls (inspired by South Park).
Usually, this is the Big Kahuna: the rate that determines the cost of short-term credit all across the economy.
Yelp.com is the Big Kahuna of consumer-review sites.