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enormous

adjective colossal, excessive, gigantic, huge, immense, large, mammoth, massive, tremendous, vast
Associated concepts: enormous burden of proof to overrome
See also: exorbitant, far reaching, flagrant, grandiose, gross, major, outrageous, ponderous
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In The Enormous Crocodile, there's an elephant swinging a crocodile around and I invented a technique of doing that which looked as though it was whizzing around.
Read by Stephen Fry, this is the delightful tale of the Enormous Crocodile who likes to gobble up little children.
Julietta Edgar, Head of Special Stamps, Royal Mail said: "Characters like Paddington Bear and the Enormous Crocodile have introduced hundreds of thousands of children to the world of reading over the years.
CARDIFF: Venue 2 at Sherman Theatre (029 2064 6900), Roald Dahl's The Enormous Crocodile, 11am & 2.
Highlights include Diversions Dance Company on November 7; Roald Dahl's The Enormous Crocodile on November 14; and Chris Dean and the Sid Lawrence Orchestra on November 24.
Tel: 07971 212535 The Enormous Crocodile The Cardiff Story, The Hayes at 11am Tickets: Free Keep the little ones entertained this Easter with this story-telling session when they will meet the Enormous Crocodile.
Snap up The Enormous Crocodile FREE today - AND a fab set of stickers.
CARDIFF: Venue two at Sherman Theatre (029 20646900), Roald Dahl's the Enormous Crocodile, 10.
Gareth Davies, from the Royal Mail, said: 'Characters like Paddington Bear and the Enormous Crocodile have introduced hundreds of thousands of children to reading books.
And there are plenty more where that came from, with James And The Giant Peach, The Enormous Crocodile and more yet to add to your your brilliant Roald Dahl collection.
The Royal Mail will start the stamp year with some animal magic, courtesy of the South Wales-born author's The Enormous Crocodile, and five other classic children's book characters in the 'Animal Tales' issue.

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