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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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Congratulations @Abhinav_Bindra for contributing so enormously to Indian sports.
Speaking to RTE News after the event, Minister Donohoe said: "Any movement the UK were to make towards some form of customs union or staying in the customs union would be enormously positive from our point of view."
A government spokesman said: "We are enormously disappointed at the failure to reach a conclusion to the Cyprus talks.
The changes brought about by digital technology mean the last three decades have been fascinating and challenging, for the printing industry and for Picon, he added, Picon s membership has itself changed enormously, and I believe the organisation has done a good job of adapting in response to those changes and representing the full spectrum of the industry.
"The linking of young professionals between our two countries is enormously valuable as it brings together the future decision makA[degrees] ers of both our countries.
"The linking of young professionals of our two countries is enormously valuable as it brings together the future decision makers of both countries.
He says "enormously important to me to preHe says "It was enormously important to me to preserve this special piano for the nation.
Our work on the Ouseburn viaduct has been enormously challenging but ultimately enormously rewarding."
It also realises that for many young people music, dance and drama can help enormously with their emotional and physical wellbeing.
"Our friends in Poland are enormously thoughtful and enormously helpful to this partnership, and we are very, very grateful," said Kerry in a joint statement with Sikorski at the State Department.
"I would like to say how enormously proud and grateful we are that Her Majesty has agreed to attend the service next week in St Paul's," he said.
This Senate contest is both high-profile and enormously important.