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Strong, confident and awesomely
powerful, the 29-year-old had the beautiful Lonsdale Belt draped over his broad shoulders less than quarter of an hour after entering the ring.
I suppose we met them the first time in 2009 we had just beaten Wexford and it was a big breakthrough and they seemed awesomely
strong at the time," he said.
It was a classic "rickroll", a meme where someone provides a supposedly relevant web link that in fact links to the awesomely
cheesy dance-pop jam.
And another Yank critic Hua Hsu hit out: "It's not awesomely
bad - it's horrifically bad.
Another artist of serious musicality on a night of awesomely
high standards was 30-year-old soprano Laura Parfitt.
But behind this larger-than-life character is a very funny, awesomely
skilled stand up comedian.
Phillips' 24 singers achieved almost superhuman levels of tonal richness and breath control in Tavener's gruellingly sustained vocal lines - basses frequently anchored on bottom Es and Ds, semichorus sopranos hitched up to top Cs - that showed no strain and were consistently and awesomely
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Bad Break-Up Songs.
But Bird, was revenge for being dumped by Honda after running last year's team of Fireblade racers, and is hoping to use the awesomely
powerful Ducati engines campaigned by WSB runner-up Troy Bayliss.
The leopard spots look a little tired, but his '70s-inspired belts with flowers and lacing, and the new black beret with flower appliques, are awesomely
The most awesomely
remote of all European capitals, modern Reykjavik is a mere 100 years old, a puny blink in Iceland's immemorial continuum of rock, sea and sky.
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Duncan (James) is carted off to a beach house with his mum (Toni Collette) and her new man (Steve Carell), but finds an oddball mentor in the form of the local waterpark manager Owen (an awesomely
laid-back Sam Rockwell).