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Is it any wonder we usually don't achieve our colossally high hopes?
Joined by super-hacker Xu, and newly Awakened East End bank bandit, Fiona, Michael and Elle pose as colossally rich bait to lure the Six out of deep cover.
We rounded the weather mark eons ahead and after the chute was up and drawing, the first thing I did was check the course chart to make sure I wasn't doing something colossally stupid, which wouldn't exactly have been surprising.
But for such advice to come from Dr Singh, who has overseen a colossally wasteful, corrupt government and has shown little in the way of innovation over a 9- year period is nothing short of galling.
The the club were hit with a two year ban that was later reduced to one from European competition in December 2012 for their financial misgivings, as UEFA began their attempts to crack down on clubs spending colossally beyond their means.
Chelsea fans love him; women love him; the Premier League are delighted to see him back at Stamford Bridge to provide an element of competitiveness to their increasingly predictable league and Roman Abramovich, a shrewd operator, knows that with the Portuguese at the helm of his colossally expensive plaything, the relentless outward flow of his money could actually come to an end.
And I am truly sorry because, as pure as my motive for posting the list was, it became obvious to me that my tactic was colossally wrong.
Giving in to people who simply can't be separated from their cell phones or tablets for even a couple of hours is a colossally bad idea.
21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The colossally clever Ralphie May debuts his fourth COMEDY CENTRAL stand-up special with the World Premiere of "Ralphie May: Too Big To Ignore" on Sunday, March 4 at 10:00 p.
The proliferation of "payday loan" companies offering short-term cash to vulnerable people at colossally high rates of interest, is extremely worrying.
That happened in spite of strenuous public efforts, but the removal of the tiny nation's colossally bloated financial sector turns out not to have eliminated all that much value.
Especially, when the talented Mr Corbett recalled the golden years of his beautiful partnership with the colossally gifted Ronnie Barker.