Obama should have played his 800-pound gorilla card on Wednesday.
Its competitors at the time were the now-forgotten Lycos and Excite, not to mention the gorilla of its day, AOL.
There is no difference whether it is a gorilla or a rhino— the same rule applies.
By around 2005, Rick Ross, Joell Ortiz, and gorilla Zoe were some of the only ones left.
Now, the 800-pound gorilla of Internet retail is expanding in the business.
While he was eating the banana, I took the gorilla from the cage and set him on the ground by it.
They're a lot more like a man than a man is like, for instance, a gorilla.
Then I was born, so small, a head as a tub, and long arms like a gorilla.
Chipmunk with the strength of a gorilla and the courage of a lion.
He traced out with me, on a map, what he believed to be the south and south-east limits of the gorilla.
1847, applied to the apes (Troglodytes gorills) by U.S. missionary Thomas Savage, from Greek gorillai, plural of name given to wild, hairy people in a Greek translation of Carthaginian navigator Hanno's account of his voyage along the N.W. coast of Africa, c.500 B.C.E. Allegedly an African word.
In its inmost recess was an island similar to that formerly described, which contained in like manner a lake with another island, inhabited by a rude description of people. The females were much more numerous than the males, and had rough skins: our interpreters called them Gorillae. We pursued but could take none of the males; they all escaped to the top of precipices, which they mounted with ease, and threw down stones; we took three of the females, but they made such violent struggles, biting and tearing their captors, that we killed them, and stripped off the skins, which we carried to Carthage: being out of provisions we could go no further. [Hanno, "Periplus"]Of persons perceived as being gorilla-like, from 1884.