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Nergal noted that this genre of music is underground and the nature of the music doesn't change even if 100,000 people turnup for a Behemoth concert.
If you consider yourself a power user and this digital behemoth isn't enough for you, you're not a power user, you're a computing megalomaniac freak.
Television news director Max Schumacher (William Holden) learns that corporate bigwigs at the multinational behemoth that's swallowed his struggling network have put entertainment executive Diana Christensen (Faye Dunaway) in charge of his division, and when an alcoholic anchor (Peter Finch) goes on-air with a suicidal rant, Christensen and the board decide these antics are good for the corporate bottom line.
Purkiss-Rose, the skatepark-building behemoth who have pretty much cornered the market on public skateparks in Southern California, continue to surprise and startle with their interpretation of what street skaters might enjoy riding.
This summer, the second Koolhaas-designed space will open in the Venetian's complex: The Guggenheim Las Vegas, a 63,700-square-foot behemoth reminiscent of an airplane hangar, will feature open, airy galleries, seventy-foot ceilings, and a giant, six-story door wide enough to accommodate an eighteen-wheeler.
Fifth Third Bancorp (Nasdaq: FITB), a behemoth in the financial services industry, edged out its peers with the only near single-digit slip, .
Expect the software behemoth to make a smaller, but no less crucial redirection of its efforts toward the wireless market.
legal industry, according to government data, is a $184 billion behemoth with roughly one million trained attorneys and about 500,000 support personnel, such as paralegals and legal assistants.
Earlier Wednesday, Bulgaria announced the site and the assets of its largest steelmaker Kremikovtzi will be offered for sale in the middle of September, four months after the behemoth was sent into liquidation.
During Davies' time as commander, the production and flight-test installation saw the emergence of the SR-71 Blackbird from secrecy, work on the U-2 spy plane, and the first flight of the behemoth XB-70, a plane conceived as a high-altitude bomber capable of traveling 2,000mph.
The Asian behemoth now supplies approximately 95 percent of the world's consumption of "rare earths," such as cerium, neodymium, lathanum, yttrium, and dysprosium.
The nearly 20,000-square-foot behemoth boutique defies retail norms--there are no conventional stories, only a sweeping succession of terraces as well as an unprecedented infusion of contemporary art, including cutting-edge light and video installations.