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

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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.
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-
Both eBay and Google are stupendously successful, but they have hugely different business models.
Now, obviously we want him to be a stupendously successful horse at stud, but we'd love him to have his chance on the racecourse.
This seems like a no-brainer, but a mind-boggling number of websites are stupendously confusing in terms of language.
Brau will even touch on string theory, a stupendously complicated bit of thinking that has the potential to be the unifying theory Einstein sought, if anybody can ever figure out how to test it.
Then the stupendously innovative exhibitions secretary, Norman Rosenthal, won last year's Alternative Miss World title and the chief executive handed in her notice soon after.
But they are close enough to the originals to give you an idea of how stupendously wrong they turned out to be.
More than 85 years before the introduction of today's stupendously popular .
Since the beetle's release nearly four years ago the project "has worked stupendously well," according to Ted Center, entomologist with USDA's Agricultural Research Service, which developed the project.
Yet, as American modern dance pioneer Martha Graham once remarked, dance is stupendously simple and that is why it is so difficult for moderns to comprehend.
With this exception, there are very few areas in which one can fault this History and many in which one can only express gratitude and, indeed, awe at the amount of exact knowledge, culled freshly from a stupendously thorough examination of primary texts, that it brings together.