And of course, in each of these states, African Americans voted for Democrats in similar or larger numbers.
But the Obama administration's latest headache is the least of our larger worries.
Certainly, the closer that debt gets to 100% of GDP, the larger this risk looms.
The larger problem though is the deflection of the real story in STDs.
But it does little to address the larger trends that Elie and others identify.
Two feet long the piece was, and larger than a strong man's leg.
Two ropes were then hauled on board the vessel, a larger and a smaller.
The phantom ship, for such she appeared, loomed larger and larger.
It is individual ardour alone that can combine into larger flame.
These hopes were destined to be fulfilled in the larger McGill of our day.
c.1200, "bountiful, inclined to give or spend freely," also, of areas, "great in expanse," from Old French large "broad, wide; generous, bounteous," from Latin largus "abundant, copious, plentiful; bountiful, liberal in giving," of unknown origin. Main modern meanings "extensive; big in overall size" emerged 14c. An older sense of "liberated, free from restraining influence" is preserved in at large (late 14c.). Adjective phrase larger-than-life first attested 1937 (bigger than life is from 1640s).