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The writer and producer shared the news on Twitter today, adding the project has a couple of addtional big names attached to it.

Tesla will join big names such as Microsoft, Wikipedia and PayPal in accepting bitcoin worldwide.

For example, by exposing several environment config files, the digital marketing agency, teamDigital, has put the sensitive data of their clients – big names, such as NFL, Mastercard, or Soundcloud – in danger.

A lot of big names, including Dow components, report in the coming days.

From Fortune

You look at the names of the guys that didn’t finish the game tonight and the guys that were out — there’s some pretty big names.

That means shoppers will no longer have to rely on the big-name designers to concoct pieces with the latest trends.

And they would, it seems, nominate any movie—no matter how inane—to get those big-name butts in the seats.

With the help of Afuni, Kiesza began writing songs for big-name pop stars like Kylie Minogue, Icona Pop, and Jennifer Hudson.

While I stayed busy filling big-name social media feeds, I often neglected my personal account.

Now she finds thrills in discovering the next big-name artist.

I'm frequently amazed how easy it is to break some pretty big-name security systems.

His mother, twice a widow, moved back to "Woolsthorpe," a big name for a very small estate.

You see, they will feel flattered being conducted by somebody with a big name.

I said I didn't care a blue curse what the public wanted, nor did I worry much if I never made a big name.

It is a very big name for a very small place; at that time it contained only one house.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big-name, such as: distinguished, eminent, great, high profile, leading, and notable.

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