enormously


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In the skeletons of the several breeds, the development of the bones of the face in length and breadth and curvature differs enormously.
Then Captain Nemo seemed to grow enormously, his features to assume superhuman proportions.
de Villefort -- I intend sending him away to-morrow, for he eats so enormously, to make up for the fast imposed upon him by his terror in that house.
He imagined himself as an enormously tall, powerful man who was throwing cannon balls at the French with both hands.
The kind of man he was when I saw him, working with, made me lose all respect for him and I was enormously disappointed.
Our friends in Poland are enormously thoughtful and enormously helpful to this partnership, and we are very, very grateful," said Kerry in a joint statement with Sikorski at the State Department.
He said:"The fortunate thing for me is that our players have improved enormously and our team has improved enormously from where we were two years ago at the start of the previous qualifying campaign.
Mr WT is enormously rich and enormously privileged.
This is an enormously competitive market and I am not sure that dividing banks further would give a better outcome," Eric Daniels told a UK Treasury Select Committee yesterday.
My family and I enjoyed enormously the last series, introducing to us as it did talented young Welsh bands like Gwibdaith Hen Fran and Naw Bach, as well as reminding us of new offerings from vintage favourites like Meic Stevens and Dafydd Iwan.
Speaking of the campaign, he said: "It has been an enormously difficult task for the Conservatives in managing to wrest this seat from the Labour Party, as we have seen from the margin of victory.
The response rate to the project has been excellent and is enormously encouraging.
Libaud said: "He's very well and I can see he's come on enormously for his run last week.
Though poaching in the region has decreased enormously, it will take many years for the elephants to recover, the authors write.
The turn of the 20th century was an enormously fruitful period for innovation; electricity, automobiles, radios, and airplanes were all taking off.