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1. The old man tussled with the big fish.
2. He carefully jerked a big fish out of water.
3. The four men arrested were described as really big fish by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.
4. Big fish eat little fish.
5. He landed one very big fish.
6. He boasted about the big fish he had caught.
7. In South Africa, Jani was a big fish in a small pond.
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8. She reeled up a big fish.
9. They say you can catch really big fish.
10. I liked being a comparatively big fish in a relatively small pond!
11. He wanted a big fish to take her bait.
12. Carp are no different from any other big fish.
13. For a start we caught our first big fish, an important moment on any voyage.
14. The possibility of a big fish was too much for him.
15. Entire gangs have been arrested, and some very big fish have been netted.
16. There are no big fish left to angle for.
17. So far, the products have landed some big fish.
18. The third drawer is for big fish; a decent sea trout, a hefty cod, a couple of salmon.
19. Not a good place to catch big fish.
20. The big fish, seeing the little one there, glides into the basket to gobble him up.
21. That's a mighty big fish.
22. In our school, Professor Johnson a big fish in a small pond.
23. Between them they landed the big fish.
24. Until then only minions had been arrested, but now they turned their attention to the big fish.
25. On a recent afternoon, he lobbed a variety of plastic lures toward the big fish.
26. Would you rather be a small fish in a big pond, or a big fish in a small pond?
27. How dreadful it would be if you hooked a big fish only to lose it through poking around with an inadequate net.
28. For big game fishermen, sometimes its the process of reeling in several hundred metres of line after a long run by a big fish where low gear can come in handy too.
29. The "pillow talk of noodles" is the most famous in datong noodles a, a lot of nonlocal guest would abandon big fish big meat of luxurious banquet, also want to come here special taste.
30. He's probably the most skillful businessman in our town, but compared to the chiefs of the big national industries he's just a big fish in a little pond.
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