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She addressed the note to her 'darling' Bowes-Lyon and said that a devastatingly attractive young giant, called Roddy Macleod, with fair hair and blue eyes, had fallen from the sky.
Quoting The Onion's spoof report, the Chinese newspaper wrote, "With his devastatingly handsome, round face, his boyish charm, and his strong, sturdy frame, this Pyongyang-bred heartthrob is every woman's dream come true.
They are, variously, devastatingly moving, tenderly funny, subtle without being in any way inaccessible, and utterly fresh.
Most devastatingly of all, another review site, Ciao, has lost 99% of its search engine visibility in Google.
Another horse had tested positive for the same substance, so I thought it prudent to take a precautionary test which not only surprisingly, let alone devastatingly, has also shown to be positive.
Devastatingly increasing pollution has to control through initiating awareness campaigns and providing educational facilities in which students should be taught from initial level to high level he added.
It has been a great joy to work with Allison and watch her grow from a devastatingly funny writer to a devastatingly funny leader.
DEVASTATINGLY for the sport, the biggest news of 2008 was as bad as it could get, with the bombshell that Walthamstow, the biggest and best track in the country, would close its doors on August 16.
A devastatingly effective and witty performer in the Commons, Salmond achieved a lifetime's burning ambition and shook the Labour party to the core when conducting a brilliant campaign to win power in Scotland.
Aside from another sparkling set of results at M&S, this week Stuart Rose announced a trial to charge shoppers 5p for its carrier bags--an initiative so devastatingly simple one wonders why rivals didn't think of it before.
The commitment to reconciliation was tested much later following the devastatingly brutal war between the states.
Spike Lee's ``When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts'' may be portentously overtitled, but it burns with a devastatingly muted fury.