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"This tweet is staggeringly ignorant and would be funny if it weren't dangerous.
The judge Mr Justice Royce called them "staggeringly incompetent".
But when you listen to him tackle a classic such as Jimi Hendrix's "Hey Joe'' or Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah'' -- the sort of song that's both instantly recognizable and easy to get wrong -- it becomes staggeringly clear just how good an instrumentalist he really is.
In fact, Fifa 15 is a staggeringly polished step forward for the beautiful game.
The original six-month sentence handed out to Parveen Reasat was described as 'staggeringly light' by a judge at London's Appeal Court.
THESE Group D strugglers produced a staggeringly dull 0-0 draw in Greece last time and not much more can be expected this time.
Not since the dire days of the banking crisis has a UK company reported such a staggeringly dreadful performance as BP today.
However, he goes on to assert, quite staggeringly, that 'the scandal over MPs' expenses is a clear consequence [my italics] of a failure to pay members properly ...'
A TWO-WEEK campaign monitoring seatbelt use in cars ended yesterday, with staggeringly high statistics.
Under the staggeringly mediocre direction of Chris Columbus (Home Alone, the first two Harry Potter movies), it never springs to life.
However, they ended their campaign on a low note when they staggeringly slumped to a 3-0 defeat to the US and waved goodbye to the global competition.