big win

big win

(jargon)
An MIT term for a Good Thing or a lucky accident.
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The Brighton boss said: "This is a big win, particularly given who we were playing against.
I know that when we played Man United this was a big win," said Wagner, whose players ran themselves to a standstill following Schindler's 57thminute dismissal for two yellow-card offences.
Optimistically, the big win will make the international teams to consider touring Pakistan to revive this much loved sport in the country.
He said: "We're always thrilled when we have a big win in our club, so it was even more exciting to see five big wins so close together.
The President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, on Monday, May 23, signed a new partnership agreement on promoting nutrition in Africa with Jamie Cooper, Chair of Big Win Philanthropy, and Zouera Youssoufou, CEO of the Dangote Foundation.
A SHOP manager stole scratchcards worth PS3,000, hoping a big win would save her staff from redundancy.
Named 'The Big Win,' the promotion rewards members with custom bonus offers of at least 50,000 IHG Rewards Club bonus points or at least 10,000 miles throughout the promotional period, between September 1 and December 31.
Summary: Mumbai: Mumbai are the new IPL champions, and deservingly so, after a big win over .
When contacted by our reporters, the Casino La Vida team was abuzz with excitement after the big win.
All BFC branches are participating in the Big Win campaign, ensuring customers have the opportunity to win regardless of where they normally conduct their transactions.
MICHAEL KEMP'S comment relating to my dog Bodell Clare's win at Monmore last week - that it was nice for me to have a big win after 21 years of having dogs with him and trainer wife Hazel - certainly made me smile.
Harry, from Bath, and dairy farmer Paul Barber, 64, scooped their big win on the Race0 website.