- n (Old Testament) a giant Philistine warrior who was slain by David with a slingshot
- n someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
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- Wimbledon Tennis 2013 Semifinals: Preview and Predictions for Men's Draw
After five rounds of action at Wimbledon 2013, we'll finally be treated to the semifinal matchups we all predicted at the tournament's start nearly a week-and-a-half ago. OK, so few probably predicted that Jerzy Janowicz and Juan del Potro would be here. But Andy Murray and world No. 1 Novak Djokovic are still alive, which sets up two intriguing David vs. Goliath scenarios on opposite ends of ...
July 4, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- The ‘Big Tall Sandwich’: A Recipe For Winning Online by @jasonciment
Creating a successful website experience is just as challenging for a garage based startup as it is for the goliath multinational organization. What both business entities have in common though – which levels the playing field – is that they both have the same screen size window of opportunity to reach and connect with customers. Whether that screen [...] Author information Jason Ciment I am the ...
July 3, 2013 - Search Engine Journal
- Rendering Reveals: New Looks at Super Tall 'Burg Hotel That Might Still Happen
Just because Hotels Week is over doesn't mean the possibility of a sleek new hotel doesn't get us all aflutter. In this case, the hotel in question is the 40-story goliath proposed for the site adjacent to the domed,...
July 1, 2013 - Curbed New York
- Evan Bayh in Forbes
The odds were always going to be very long for a relatively unknown candidate like myself, a little bit like David and Goliath,Bayh said in a statement on the newspaper Web site.
- Matt Herges in SI.com
We're under the radar. It's being billed as a David and Goliath situation. But that's OK,Colorado Rockies reliever Matt Herges said Monday. "We're as confident as anybody, we're as hot as anybody. We think we're as good as anybody."
- Bill Gates in USA Today
They went off with OS 2, we were left with good old Windows, and sure enough the David versus Goliath story came out with the right ending,said Gates, eliciting laughter from the crowd of 830 Microsoft employees.