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It cost an estimated 44m pounds to build but because of Mumbai's astronomic land and property prices, will be worth about 15 times that amount - 630m pounds.
Saturday evening Bulgaria will enter the March solstice hailing the coming of the astronomic springtime.
The work they have done with critically-injured victims of the Haiti quake will mean that the astronomic death toll of 212,000 people will not rise any higher.
Abdul Wahid Mohammad Al Beloushi (27), filed a complaint expressing his disdain at the determination of conmen to convince him that he had won astronomic amounts.
Although just six years old and entering Grade One in human terms, MOST, nicknamed the "Humble Space Telescope" by its creators, has actually been the source of numerous post doctorate level studies from scientists around the world for years as it continues to deliver startling results to the astronomic community concerning the makeup and origins of the universe.
Two in three firms charge above the market average for withdrawals - including one, the Vanquis Visa, at an astronomic 46.
The fuel saving, on a national scale, would be astronomic.
The overall cost of back pain is said to be astronomic - as high as pounds 5 billion a year.
Astronomic, the only horse to beat Marcel this term, was a major disappointment when he finished tailed off last of five in a Grade Two contest run on heavy ground at Haydock Park on Saturday.
First pick Tony Dobbin was stranded by the floods in Cumbria before replacement Jim Culloty was ruled out in a Tolworth Hurdle crash on Astronomic, so trainer Howard Johnson had no hesitation in calling up Carberry.
Bought out of Andre Fabre's stable for 190,000gns, Astronomic has won both his starts over timber, at Sedgefield and Haydock, where last time out he lowered the colours of Martin Pipe's prolific winner Marcel.
Not to mention the astronomic costs of changing all the paperwork.