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Big-time operators throughout the medical industry are cleaning up.
By now, he was acting like a big-time operator.
No money for the big-time operators.
Word is he acts as a middleman, brokering deals with big-time operators like Sprague.
"The Star-Spangled Crunch" included a big-time operator who is forced to leave office because of a scandal.
But he's a big-time operator.
Pretty Sad that big-time operator like Mr. S Hada falling apart under stress.
He worked for a big-time operator named Leo Trennick, better known as Big Leo."
Here is the agent turned big-time operator whose plans to change the music world take in all the things that made it rotten in the first place, from personal betrayal to bribes.
He is a big-time operator with a huge wagon that serves as his mobile establishment, pulled by a bevy of women who clearly find him adorable, with a donkey trailing behind.
"Ever since you first appeared in Europe, you've been moving in one direction-upward, toward becoming the biggest of the big-time operators ever- bigger sensations, bigger crowds, bigger fame, bigger money.
He'd sit around in that house trying to look like a big-time operator, with nothing in the cupboards, and Carleen going around in rags, and me giving them money to put gas in the truck.
The agency was a big-time operator with a long-term perspective: the original single span of the George Washington Bridge, underutilized at first, was designed not only to support the current second level, but has the strength for even a third.
"We thought we were big-time operators managing $11 billion in property," said L. William Seidman, the chairman of both the trust corporation and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, referring to the F.D.I.C. officials who are overseeing the savings and loan bailout.
The authorities say small-time criminals with nothing more than a pickup truck and a 55-gallon drum are draining farm equipment with garden hoses by the light of the moon, while big-time operators are hauling off 5,000 gallons at a time - sometimes with a tank and trailer in tow.
He threatened to quit the hit series when writers tried to turn the gentle fireman-turned-'tec into a trendy, big-time operator involved with glamour girls and car chases: 'It just wasn't on,' said Michael, back on Tuesday (ITV, 9pm) for a seventh Boon series, in a 13-week run.
When he first appears to sing the famous "Largo al factotum," this Figaro is no struggling tradesman with a humble barber shop around the corner but a big-time operator with a huge wagon that serves as his shop, pulled by a live mule and, curiously, a bevy of women smitten with him.