Behemoths [noun]

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Representatives of McDonald’s workers had asked Emanuel to recuse himself, citing Littler Mendelson’s legal work for McDonald’s as the fast-food behemoth sought to help franchisees fend off the protests over wages and unionization.

There is no need for our renewable energy transition to be subject to the constraints imposed by a fossil fuel behemoth.

The Elon Musk-led electric vehicle behemoth saw a 13% surge from bullish investors and traders on Monday following its 5-for-1 stock split— building on roaring momentum that’s seen the stock skyrocket 479% this year.

The talk of turning Mumbai into a global financial behemoth isn’t new, but little effort has been made to turn that dream into a reality.

For the foreseeable future, we will all continue to work tirelessly to fight this behemoth virus.

It’s one of a few behemoth galaxies spotted in the early universe.

It goes to show that our doctrine is of God, else "behemoth would lie under shady trees, in the covert of the reed, and fens."

A great behemoth of a war-captain; one of the fiercest, inflexiblest, ruggedest creatures ever made in the form of man.

In the first place, it is evident that we may dismiss from our minds the idea that the Behemoth was an extinct pachyderm.

Assuming, therefore, that the Behemoth is identical with the hippopotamus, we will proceed with the description.