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    Default the big dog doesn't take well to a leash

    I can't make sense of this sentence. Pls help me !!!

    I read it in this article (Big Dog May Not Return to Leash After Pyongyang: Albert R. Hunt - Bloomberg.com)

    Thanks a lot !!!

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    Default Re: the big dog doesn't take well to a leash

    Quote Originally Posted by loctantruong View Post
    I can't make sense of this sentence. Pls help me !!!

    I read it in this article (Big Dog May Not Return to Leash After Pyongyang: Albert R. Hunt - Bloomberg.com)

    Thanks a lot !!!

    Important and well known people do not like to be in the background, and they don't like to be restricted as to what they are able to do and set out to accomplish.

    Bill Clinton, once President of the USA, is the "big dog" here. Referring to Bill Clinton as "the big dog" is not meant to be offensive or derogatory in this case. Here, the "big dog" is strong and effective.


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    Default Re: the big dog doesn't take well to a leash

    PROESL, thank you very much

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