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used as intensifiers

of a dreadful kind

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The duo who brought us How They Croaked: The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous (Bloomsbury, 2011/VOYA August 2011) have graced us with a delightfully snarky look at the remarkable mistakes of a few of history's famous figures.
That is the most important take-away of Awfully Devoted Women for the non-scholar--that the desire within these women, and their determination to live a life on their own terms, would win out, with little or no community, support or validation.
Dame Beryl's time at the Williamson Square theatre was recounted in her Booker Prize-nominated novel An Awfully Big Adventure.
Old Doc Runningduck encourages the reader to drop the words "subtle sophisticated deep meaningful and plot" in the "T'introduction" of his book Still awfully fond of Nanny.
AWFULLY sad about Farrah Fawcett, who died of cancer last week at the age of 62.
1 : to a very great degree : very <After the race I was awfully tired.
Without the $1,200 scholarship I received, it would have been tough, awfully tough financially, to get through school, work, and take care for my two children," Maria said.
When testing in 2003 found higher-than-allowable lead levels in the District of Columbia's drinking water, it hit awfully close to home for some law makers, prompting three U.
After listening to these people rant, the idea of bringing it back is awfully tempting.
But sometimes it seems awfully dark, and we're awfully blind, and groping is awfully anxious.
Stephen Cipes, the 2004 CAMA Agri-Marketer of the Year, was born in Manhattan--an awfully long way from the pristine grape-growing region of the Okanagan Valley in Canada's British Columbia.
It became increasingly clear to me as I played through this music with the orchestrated accompaniment track CD cranked loud on my stereo (and having, I must admit, an awfully good time) that I would never actually teach this music to any student.
Once this distinguished military historian finishes with a subject, it is awfully hard for another author to take it up again.
And while Eisenman's work can be read in any of these ways, one thing became clear on seeing her most recent exhibition: When it comes to painting qua painting, she's really awfully good.
The use of discipline and canon law "seems to be awfully one-sided," said Bishop Anderson.