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Synesthetic superchimp A chimp that's freakishly good at recalling numbers may have an unfair advantage: synesthesia, which allows him to see numbers in colors (SN: 7/28/12, p.
Perhaps because the original is such a freakishly good record it was hard not to be disappointed.
Jeremy Lin once told reporters that he doesn't do anything "extra flashy" or "freakishly athletic" on the basketball court.
"He's freakishly smart, he's freakishly competitive and he's a natural football player," defensive backs coach John Neal said Saturday.
Either way, he'll find all the help he needs in the freakishly cute angels who appear to help...unless they eat him.
Summary: Alya's mother and Monica from 'Friends' may well have been twins separated at birth judging by their freakishly obsessive nature to clean.
We then meet, through a Groundhog Day style time-loop, the freakishly superb inhabitants of the home who up until now had only been remembered through the photographs carried by Jacob's grandfather.
Do you think Facebook's new facial recognition is freakishly intrusive or just plain efficient?
Freakishly heavy rains last week sent torrents of water and mud slicing through towns and villages in a mountainous area just north of Rio.
The Miserly Mind, 121/2 Secrets of the Freakishly Frugal reveals the mindset of those who've achieved independent wealth by exploring specific personality traits in a series of highly humorous and entertaining chapters.
I can lift weights for a freakishly long time without getting tired or losing strength.
Ron White (the guy who drives the blue truck and has a freakishly good memory for numbers) Dallas
All she needs is a pair of freakishly large ears, plus a firm friendship with a bunch of begonias.
Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative, who said the case is "freakishly rare." Only two people nationwide convicted at age 13 are serving life-without-parole sentences, Stevenson said.
Coulter said Cindy McCain, the wife of vanquished GOP nominee John McCain, "dressed well without freakishly imitating famous First Ladies in history."