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cosmic

mod. excellent; powerful. This pizza is absolutely cosmic!
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Besides astral palaces of the quadrants, the Chinese distinguish a fifth, central palace, a celestial archetype cosmically empowering the Emperor.
The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2014 is seriously set to be off the chain, cosmically good.
We may now care for each Earthian individual at a sustainable billionaire's level of affluence while living exclusively on less than one percent of our planet's daily energy income from our cosmically designed reactor, the Sun, optimally located 92 million safe miles away from us.
The "I" of Broken is angry to be suddenly, cosmically alone.
As that quote makes cosmically clear, the zero-point field is where the real dovetails spookily with the surreal and where "the Force" may be with you.
That's 1700 million miles away - about 1200 lifetimes of walking - so our yardstick doesn't make sense and we are still in our own backyard, cosmically speaking.
These places got stretched to cosmically large sizes by the universe's expansion.
com A visitor from outer space Dear Sir, If you want to see a space rock come cosmically close to earth, you will.
Stroppy lovelorn daughter Lauren coped with her cosmically dysfunctional family quite sensibly, by hitting the bottle.
THE HOMEGROWN HOPEFULS Bert & Dickie (BBC One, July) That's the main problem with landing the plum role of Doctor Who - it can make your career, but it also sets the bar cosmically high for any future projects you might want to do.
While the distribution of brightness was not exactly what we had expected, practically every measurement related to ice and other volatile compounds on the moon is surprising, given the cosmically cold temperatures inside its polar craters.
The revelation of any mode comes about through an experiencing of the impact of forces cosmically arranged in such a ways that our viscera is committed to the task of restoring harmony.
For them, that which was cosmically real was finished, perfect, and complete.