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unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope

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The vastest earthly Day Is chastened small By one heroic Face that owned it all--
Care must be taken to ensure that nothing is done that could undermine the work or reputation of the vastest [sic] majority of NPOs legitimately operating at national, EU and international levels.
It has been identified in a study by the Tree Register of the British Isles as the country's vastest tree.
2] it is the ninth vastest country in the world), followed by Turkmenistan (488,100 [km.
From an ecological perspective, joint action makes sense because the region's forests, in addition to being among the world's vastest, most unique, and most endangered, are also interconnected and interdependent.
Row upon row of stellar transfer targets were superimposed on to City's actual jewel-encrusted squad like a modern-day Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in a cheeky little swipe at the club with the vastest riches and touchiest supporters in football.
AS opposed to the 2022 bid winner, the Russian Federation is the vastest country on the planet, constituting one-seventh of the world's landmass at 17 million square miles, spanning eight time zones.
One can imagine Truman's puzzlement, the new President taking in the realization that he had known nothing about the Manhattan Development Project, the vastest undertaking of its kind in scientific history.
Notwithstanding this yearly selection, the region considering its vastest continues to face shortage of qualified health workers, albeit the fact that regional Ministry of Health has upgraded most institutions that train nurses and double the enrolment.
Sar Planina is also considered one of Europe's vastest areas covered in pastures and in the summer numerous sheep flocks kept by dogs typical for the region and called Sarplaninec can be spotted grazing on the vast green areas.
It is doubtful that there may be many candidates for this role, since the vastest majority of human beings seem to have preferred living to dying for millions of years.
pinnacled upon a whirlwind: a voice-vehicle, a vastest test
By the end, the First Encyclopaedia of Tlon--at first known only through a copy of its Eleventh Volume, mysteriously dispatched from Brazil--has become a full terrene reality, manifesting in all forty volumes in Memphis, Tennessee and offered as an embodiment of an enormous project involving 300 collaborators called Orbis Tertius--described as "la obra mas vasta que han acometido los hombres" (Borges 1971d: 32) ("the vastest undertaking ever carried out by man"--English tr.