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Synonyms for vastness

unusual largeness in size or extent or number

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So perhaps I will just keep them in my memory, remembering that their flavors are a paean to the vastness of Chinese cuisine.
The greatness of Stephen Hawking consisted not merely in that he was able, mentally, to penetrate every nook and cranny of our universe in its overwhelming vastness and complexity but also in that he could narrate his mental adventures in a language that you can easily swallow and digest with only a smattering of English even if you have never entered any university science classroom.
Mr Autlwetse requested the residents to begin preparation for the President's visit to their constituency, but cautioned that due to the vastness of the constituency, he will only address them at Paje as he could not attend to every village.
In every class, as we sit quietly in meditation and connect with the breath, we learn that beyond the stresses of daily life--traffic, money problems, arguments, not knowing what tomorrow will bring--there is an innate vastness of stillness and silence that gives us inner peace and tranquility.
Recognizing the vastness of the technical literature on biochemical adaptation, Somero, Lockwook, and Tomanek tease out a broad-brush perspective on the principal strategies of biochemical adaptation in the three domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya, describing strategies common to all three and adaptations unique to certain taxa.
From space, our planet appears as a tiny blue dot in the vastness of space, our oceans dominating from afar.
My initial reflection and reaction to the journey and the photographs as a whole story, was the vastness of the land.
LOST in the vastness of space, the Earth appears as an insignificant pinprick of light between the mighty rings of Saturn in a new image from the Cassini spacecraft.
Creatures of the land and sea Microscopic life forms we cannot see A vastness of flora and fauna, Life on earth a constant drama Each entity struggling for life, Then we have Man, Man, the exception to the natural rule, Man, the only earthly creature That kills just for fun, Man, the skilled exponent of war, Man, the expert in the use of instruments of death The knife the bomb and the gun.
Yet this is the information that offers a sense of the vastness of space surrounding us.
He still filled a room not just with his sheer vastness, but with an energy that could have ignited dynamite.
The unassuming marvel of Norwegian docmaker Aslaug Holm's "Brothers" Is that It somehow conveys both time frames simultaneously: As Holm's camera tracks the growth of her two young sons over the course of a decade, the daunting vastness of their journey Is as palpable as their watchful mother's fear that it might pass her by If she looks away for a moment.
The minimal images--which play with light, shadow, sky, and sea--when viewed collectively offer a strikingly subtle look at the world in all its vastness and variety.
Regarding the awareness about the vastness of syllabus, response is almost same.