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to a degree impossible of achievement

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The remainder may perhaps be applied to purposes equally valuable hereafter, or not impossibly may be worked up, so far as they go, into a regular history of Salem, should my veneration for the natal soil ever impel me to so pious a task.
A Taiwanese filmmaker Hsiao Ya-Chuan's film 'Father to Son' , as well as Dutch director, David Verbeek's film's " An Impossibly Small Object", which is set in Taipei, have both been selected for the Big Screen Competition at the festival.
The plots became so impossibly obscure that even professional writers couldn't figure out what they were about; and the action scenes, which are supposed to make the adrenaline run, go on far too long.
Tom's set the bridegroom So he's set the bridegroom bar impossibly high - but at least I did half of my speech in a foreign language
Hidden Valley cruet, inside it something impossibly white, something
The cheerleaders and popular girls are all impossibly beautiful, the jacks impossibly handsome, and all the girls' names start with "M.
Paul as an idealist who was willing to set the bar impossibly high rather than lower his standards to match his abilities.
The self-illustrated cautionary tale focuses on the brother and sister duo Jim and Molly Albacore - two perfectly pleasant children forced to deal with two impossibly pushy parents.
It also sends out a terrible message to young girls, who get so upset and frustrated by trying to look like these impossibly glamorous stars.
BEOWULF, based on the movie of the epic poem, is ultra-violent, with truly extravagant boss fights and an impossibly macho eponymous hero.
Openers Last Leaf and Vapour Trail are nondescript but Persson beguiles on Black Winged Bird, Hannon hams it up for an impossibly lush Aliens and Hannigan is suitably fragile for specially-written Rice song Needles.
A group of impossibly attractive young travellers find that the gorgeous sand beaches and pretty beachfront bars of Brazil are not all they are cracked up to be - a sadistic doctor is kidnapping unwary backpackers and stealing their vital organs, while they are still alive.
When he's not engaging in acts of derring-do and impossibly keen marksmanship with his bow and arrows, he's flirtatiously circling 12th-century riot grrl Marion (Lucy Griffiths), who, in one of the series' more tiresome conceits, is alternately beguiled and repelled by Robin's advances.
Have You Heard finds her and the band (celebrating their 10th year as a unit in 2006) in impossibly tight shape, blazing through the locomotive, churchy title track and seamlessly shifting gears to the steamy, organ-driven "22 Hours" and back to the urgent, sexy James Brown-flavored funk of "Didn't I Tell You.