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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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All credit to the enthusiasm of presenter Elin Fflur, an enormously talented young singer in her own right, and the whole S4C production team for this wonderful feast of Welsh music and tradition.
We have seen all of the shadow cabinet - as they will be - here, and we have been dealing with an enormously popular constituency MP and yet we have prevailed.
Future generations will be enormously grateful to you.
Detective Arkady Renko (introduced in Smith's enormously popular Gorky Park) is sent to investigate.
It has contributed enormously to the dance scene in Minneapolis, where it has been based since 1992.
While these subjects may be somewhat obscure for an undergraduate, for an agrimarketer trying to make sense of the latest tax cut, a recent press release from the WTO or where changes to agricultural commodity policy are headed, these courses have proven enormously important.
Trumbull is an enormously viable location for Fairfield County businesses, " said Mr.
Despite vicious attacks from media critics and conspicuous snubs from Hollywood insiders, Mel Gibson and his enormously successful film, The Passion of the Christ, received more vindication at the 31st annual People's Choice Awards on January 9.
I like the spirit of the (writing) room enormously,'' Brooks says.
and hearing from people who don't talk big and spout hype but who have actually built high-margin, enormously successful information businesses.
We are enormously pleased to be part of such an illustrious and expanding collection of world class companies.
The strains of managing a global operation led to a divisional approach, and the consulting division grew enormously in the 1970s and 1980s; by 1980, it had became one of two practice divisions, and by 1989 it had its own independent business unit, Andersen Consulting.