A'Lelia Bundles
A'Lelia Bundles

A'Lelia Walker did not subsidize specific writers, but she provided a place for all kinds of people to gather. She was one of the few blacks who had the money to allow her to entertain in the large scale.

Abhijit Banerjee
Abhijit Banerjee

We've learned a huge amount from organisations like Seva Mandir and Pratham, for example. In my personal experience, these organisations work on a very large scale with very poor people.

Abigail Johnson
Abigail Johnson

I like analyzing and managing large-scale transaction processing platforms, record-keeping administration, and brokerage trading services.

Adam Ostrow
Adam Ostrow

Ultimately, I hypothesize that technology will one day be able to recreate a realistic representation of us as a result of the plethora of content we're creating converging with other advances in machine learning, robotics and large-scale data mining.

Aditi Rao Hydari
Aditi Rao Hydari

According to me, a film can talk for itself. Like, Aamir Khan does not promote his films on a large scale, but his films work on the box office.

Alex Graves
Alex Graves

'Game of Thrones' is the broadest of narratives. I don't know if anyone in the U.S. has done a story on such a large scale before, both in terms of what George R.R. Martin wrote and what's on the show.

Ann McKee
Ann McKee

We're hoping that there is large-scale recognition that CTE is a risk when playing football.

Azim Premji
Azim Premji

We understand how to build and manage businesses that involve technology, engineering, and people at a large scale on a global platform.

Cary Fukunaga
Cary Fukunaga

To be straight, I was kind of a dork, and in order to fulfill the creative fires burning inside me, I participated vigorously as a Civil War re-enactor through most of my teenage years, traveling across the country to participate in large scale reenactments - grandiose plays enacted by over weight history buffs and war enthusiasts alike.

Charles C. Mann
Charles C. Mann

Historically, large-scale global trade has served two functions: 1) the exchange of goods between willing sellers and buyers described in Econ 101 textbooks; 2) as a tool of state aggrandizement, in which the private parties are stand-ins for governmental interests.