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1. Big-name jewellers are battling it out to get celebrities to wear their bling.
2. All the big-name stars were upstaged by 12-year-old Katy Rochford.
3. Maybe partially because of all the big-name actors, some in rather small roles, Cop Land seems truncated.
4. Investors steered clear of big-name high techs in favor of shares like karaoke equipment trader Nikkodo.
5. Moreover, its big-name client base so far is largely confined to Sainsbury, Gateway and the main petrol retailers.
6. And rumour has it that the big-name band will be outrageous rockers Guns N' Roses.
7. Coach Kirk Ferentz took some big-name players from the Midwest away from better programs.
8. I let him snow me with his big-name band.
9. These "sponsored conversations" have had big-name advertisers like K-Mart and Sears funding the campaigns as well as big-name bloggers like Chris Brogan and Julia Roy writing paid articles.
10. It's not the first time big-name designers have flown their fashions.
11. It's the triumphant return to television for one big-name television star, and just another television series for one of the industry's busiest boys.
12. big-name coaches don't come cheap.
13. Saunders handled big-name divorce cases.
14. The company's next step is to try and boost its profile in an established market dominated by big-name players.
15. Aross the road, the Roundhouse shows it knows the meaning of eclectic, with a program that includes big-name musicians,[http://sentencedict.com] and even circus acts.
16. Most of what has been shown, Zheng said, are splashy demos, often from big-name companies, that make headlines at tech conferences but rarely see the light of day.
17. As the story goes, a blogger named Chris Soghoian recently got an e-mail from a big-name PR company with a somewhat odd proposition.
18. But Mr Penny is disinclined to go on concentrating on big-name monographic shows.
19. Some , like the diver Guo Jingjing, 26, are already big-name solidified their reputations during these Games.
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