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so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe

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From the stupendously silly yet endearing green-headed Jumblies to a protagonist with an enormous hat - namely Mr Quangle Wangle - the show promises slapstick comedy, catchy songs and is endlessly creative, guaranteed to capture the whole family's imagination.
The book is stupendously illustrated with paintings, pages from prayer-books, photos, drawings and schematics--often taking up the whole page.
Surprisingly, Yuvraj Singh was the most successful bowler with six wickets and he also batted stupendously for India.
The organized cleaning segment in India is growing stupendously and now stands at Rs.
Basic viability of the project is under a question mark as moving coal from Chamalang will in itself be stupendously difficult and very costly.
I had never actually thought about what Samuels reports Rick Rubin believed, which is that Ad-Rock (Adam Horowitz) was the most talented of the three and indeed could have had a stupendously successful solo career, even compared to that of the Beastie Boys (if Eminem could be Eminem, think what Ad-Rock could've been).
Billy Connolly @ Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (March 11-12) * HAVING just been unfortunate enough to watch him in the stupendously terrible Jack Black remake of Gulliver's Travels, it's hard to remember just how funny Connolly can be.
But he is stupendously jealous and is secretly devising how to break them up.
The judges commented "Looks great, crackling looks amazing, smells great, crackling is stupendously good".
The recession may not exist in the Stones' world but it does for us fans who made the band stupendously rich.
Injuries part and Some players are cut down in their prime by bad luck: just look at Dean Ashton, a stupendously talented player who is probably not going to be able to play a g a i n.
THE VERDICT Reliable cooking, mellow surroundings (with stupendously breasted statues) and charming service.
It was also elegantly designed, brilliantly conceived and often stupendously dependable.
Stupendously eerie and sober, the work possesses the stately rhythms and suggestive sparseness found in his earlier films.
Thursday, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," starring Harrison Ford, enjoyed numerous midnight sellouts and is primed for a stupendously profitable -- and possibly record-