inordinate amount

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It affords you then an inordinate amount of self-esteem.
She slid into the silence with a technicality, asking if John still took his old inordinate amount of sugar.
As someone who is keen to see the Welsh language kept alive but who is not happy with the inordinate amount spent on doing so I feel strongly that if money can be spared on something like this Welsh should take priority over Polish.
There's a nostalgic ache to the whole experience and the video features her spending an inordinate amount of time in her underwear.
People usually assume it is awash with money and certainly they seem to spend an inordinate amount of refitting offices.
THERE is a particularly vocal group of Arsenal fans who sit near the press box at the Emirates and spend an inordinate amount of energy lambasting us for perceived criticisms of their team.
It seems that the Trinidad authorities don't want to pay for the tickets, and are using the threat of Jack Warner - a man who holds an inordinate amount of power on the world stage - as a bargaining counter.
Not only do they use an inordinate amount of fuel by causing vehicles to brake and accelerate every 100 metres or so, they also cause excessive wear on suspensions and brakes.
when he says the school will not become Bob Edmiston's property, but as the sponsor he will certainly have an inordinate amount of control over the curriculum and the staff which may not always be in the best interests of the children.
Fox), lost his beloved dad to an early grave and has spent an inordinate amount of his life watching "University Challenge," a TV trivia game show that is the U.
The members of these committees (Committee on Corporate Reporting, Committee on Corporate Finance, Committee on Benefits Finance, Committee on Taxation, Committee on Private Companies, Committee on Finance and Information Technology, and the Committee on Government Business) dedicate an inordinate amount of time to ensure that our voice is heard on specific issues.
Or that you must have an inordinate amount of money or real estate.