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(used informally) very large

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37 lakh earmarked for telephone expenses, taking the total amount to a whopping Rs1,71,58,330.
We pay a whopping $2,405 every time the ARC-220 HF radio control head, NSN 5821-01-413-4243, gets damaged.
Canon expects worldwide sales of digital video cameras to reach a whopping 10 million units this year.
Board chairs who were previously CEOs earn a whopping 302 percent of what regular board members are paid in total compensation, including stock.
Pertinent Data: The RV-C offers high torsional rigidity and an overload torque capacity, which is a whopping 500% of rated torque.
They boosted their television advertising by a whopping 70 percent in 1999 to $1.
A whopping jump in Latin American sales got the phone-maker off to a 2000 Analysts expect the switchboard to light up as wireless Internet penetration kicks in.
While the online sales component may seem minuscule, it actually accounted for a whopping $1.
James McFarland, assistant manager at Gerry Cosby's, a sporting-goods store outside Madison Square Garden, said it has sold a whopping 36 dozen towels over the past three weeks.
4 million by the end of 2000--and to a whopping 16.
A whopping 66 percent said they will likely retire from active patient care at a younger age than they would have considered five years ago.
That's equivalent to about 18 almonds, or roughly two tablespoons, and rings up a whopping 175 calories.
Custom thermoformers dropped three points, while the other processes suffered a whopping six-point slump.
This amazing plan offers a whopping 250 GB Storage, 2,500 GB Bandwidth, Free Domain Name for Life, Free CoffeeCup Software (worth $700) and includes 10 Add-On Domains.