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The online Oxford Dictionary defines astonishing as "extremely surprising or impressive".
The numbers are truly astonishing," said Cate Turton, of Britain's Department for International Development.
IN addressing an Opposition debate within the House of Commons, delving into the issue as to whether teachers should be qualified or not, it was astonishing to note that no Liberal MP considered the issue sufficiently important to vote at the end of the debate.
The astonishing response meant more than 18 people applied for every job advertised at a new Tesco Extra shop in West Bromwich.
ALEX SMITH revealed his initial reaction was sadness when Sir Alex Ferguson texted him with the news he was bringing the curtain down on his astonishing managerial career.
Summary: Police in New Jersey have released astonishing footage of a crash involving a drunk driver.
SIR - I am astonished that you saw fit to publish the astonishing accusation that I have been party to 'draconian measures' that involves monitoring and checking e-mails sent to and from the Assembly (Assembly probe into IT security breach, September 23).
Instant expert An astonishing array of masterpieces by some of the world's greatest names came up for sale a few weeks ago in London.
The suited City boys blew the astonishing sum in less than three hours.
Anderson; THE ASTONISHING LIFE OF OCTAVIAN NOTHING TRAITOR TO THE NATION: VOLUME II: THE KINGDOM ON THE WAVES; Candlewick (Young Adult) $0.
It had everything from powerful vocals, astonishing guitar work and inspired keyboards to astonishing bass and brass virtuosity".
The eNicaragua study found that an astonishing 93% of the municipalities have the infrastructure for a broadband fiber-optic or digital-radio link.