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Big stick diplomacy

big stick diplomacy


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    big stiff Historical Examples Steve Yeager William MacLeod Raine The Shriek Charles Somerville Babbitt Sinclair Lewis The Rosie World Parker Fillmore The Land of Strong Men Arthur M. Chisholm Black Star’s Campaign Johnston McCulley The Mucker Edgar Rice Burroughs Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist Alexander Berkman The Brighton Boys in the Trenches James R. Driscoll […]

  • Big stink

    big stink A commotion or fuss; an argument: her big stink about cleaning up his room A major issue or scandal: Don’t make a big stink about minor issues (1800+) Contemporary Examples The Tea Party’s Strange New War Zachary Roth September 30, 2010 The Tea Party’s Strange New War Zachary Roth September 30, 2010 Akin’s […]

  • Big t

    big t Tampa Tucson Historical Examples Woodcraft Alan Douglas Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Various

  • Big talk

    exaggeration; bragging. Contemporary Examples Who Gets More Damaged If We Go Over the Fiscal Cliff? Megan McArdle December 3, 2012 Historical Examples Lin McLean Owen Wister ‘Me-Smith’ Caroline Lockhart Little By Little William Taylor Adams Buffalo Land W. E. Webb The Golden Woman Ridgwell Cullum Samba Herbert Strang Across America James F. Rusling Studies in […]

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