Big house, the

big house, the


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    any plan or proposal that is grandiose, impractical, and usually unsolicited: You’re always coming around here with your big ideas. purpose; intention; aim: What’s the big idea of shouting at me? Contemporary Examples England Goes Hollywood Alex Massie February 12, 2010 Can Donald Trump Save Scotland? Alex Massie February 13, 2012 Ian Morris’s Big Idea: […]

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