1. But they keep coming, too big to defeat with force alone.
  2. It had to be disposed of, but it was too big to remove in one piece.
  3. But unlike Lehman Brothers, the East India Company really was too big to fail.
  4. This time, not just individual banks but entire markets were declared too big to fail.
  5. Versi has identified and quantified a problem, only to be told that it is too big to solve.
  6. Smaller bands assumed Albini was now too big to work with them; bands signed to major labels were no longer approaching him.
  7. In one of these letters, he described watching Too Big to Fail, an HBO film about the financial crisis, which had come out several months earlier.