This year no big name talent from the world of real celebrity is here.
So in a city now crammed with a plethora of big name chefs is a sentimental journey enough to entice the movers and shakers?
Even the big name foreign-exchange traders, usually among the most risk-prone, are feeling fearful.
Calls are mounting for Obama to tap a big name to run the BP disaster recovery.
A lot of times, kids put so much emphasis on a big name rather than what school is right for them.
My pappy had big name, my marster call him Denmore, my mammy went by de name of Mariyer.
He was tempted away by a big house and a big name, but he had to come back to her.
The road ran for a short distance beside the little river with the big name—San Franciscito—which had so amused Alec.
I know he never made a big name, but there never was a straighter man than him.
He has got a big name for the fur, and expects to cut out Chinchilla with it.
: a big-name star/ They get a big-name fee