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I really don't think as the manager you can beat yourself up about it because we are what we are, we can't compete with those really big guns," he added.
Take a hero with the suave smarts of Bond, give him a crack team and really big guns, then set him loose to fight the evils of global terrorism.
Whether it will be enough for Wallis to win the title is hard to call as Charlie Lister does have some really big guns at his disposal, although his better dogs are all poorly-drawn and it is hard to envisage anything like the runaway victory of last year.
Looking further ahead, England will hope they can avoid being drawn in the group 'next' to one of the really big guns.
We have managed to avoid the really big guns and if we get our act together then the Final in Gothenburg is a possibility.
WASHINGTON, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Violence Policy Center (VPC) today released Really Big Guns, Even Bigger Lies, a report rebutting a series of distortions and misstatements made by the Fifty Caliber Institute (FCI) in FCI's specious defense of the civilian sale of 50 caliber anti-armor sniper rifles.
We have missed the really big guns but, make no mistake about it, it will be hard.
Often these hunting neophytes bring some really big guns.