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He was tempted away by a big house and a big name, but he had to come back to her.
He's hell-bent on takin' Dinsmore to prison so as to make a big name for himself.
I know he never made a big name, but there never was a straighter man than him.
His eyes came guiltily from the little house with the big name.
He has got a big name for the fur, and expects to cut out Chinchilla with it.
Except the big name, what is a state but one great monastery?
I had been ordained, and expected to make a big name in letters.
He had a big name, and that, as is the way of commerce, is what the buyers paid for.
"Gilmore's a big name in that field, I understand," Kirk said.
Perohune enjoys a big name, but there is only one house in the place.