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For now, the CHA's sleeping giant is a population that has yet to find its voice, to be spoken up for, or spoken to.
Just like Twain has been something of a sleeping giant in the country world for over a decade, the 52-year-old legend should be considered an artist capable of having a huge impact on the Grammy race when Now is released.
But Manning’s Colts, by that point, were a sleeping giant, an offense for the ages set to explode, a defense driven by game-changers named Freeney and Mathis and Sanders.
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