impossibly


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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.
The SEC also found that respondents violated Section 26 of the law that prohibits the Ponzi scheme, an investment program that offers impossibly high returns and pays investors using the money contributed by other investors.
Each martyred victim seems to have been more impossibly sweet than the last.
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.
A great actor, smart, cosmopolitan, impossibly handsome and w/a name that was often confused w/mine.
FORMER Bond actor John Cleese has criticised Daniel Craig's movies in the franchise, calling them "impossibly obscure".
It's easy to get lost in country singer Jamey Johnson's impossibly deep voice, whether he's waxing nostalgic in "In Color,'' penitent in "High Cost of Living'' or confrontational in "The Redneck Side of Me.''
"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!
"My thoughts and I think the thoughts of the whole country will be with their families at this impossibly difficult time."
Property experts Jonnie Irwin and Jasmine Harmon, above, seem eternally tanned and impossibly rested, but we won't speak too soon.
Hidden Valley cruet, inside it something impossibly white, something
"Hotel Beirut" features 15 tracks inspired by the impossibly cool attitude.
Striking a familiar pose in yoga known as "handstand with windmill," the figure in You Are Forgiven (2008) positions himself amidst a sea of horizontal lines that seem to mimic the movement of his body, making the man's impossibly long legs appear even longer, and the mat below him impossibly smaller.