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mega

Extremely large in size, scale, or degree. That joke got some mega laughs from the audience. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. We've got a mega show for your tonight!

mega

(ˈmɛgə)
mod. large; serious. Some mega beast boogied down to the front of the auditorium and started screaming.
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In Germany, mega trucks are only allowed on selected routes in some states;
Tuesday's numbers were 5, 17, 32, 39, 53 and mega number 36.
Another sighted Mega Evolution is the Mega Glalie, which will see a boosted Attack and Special Attack, alongside increased speed.
According to NTDC, production of wind energy is 20 mega watts while electricity supplier companies are observing load shedding from 4 to 6 hours according to the schedule.
I drove two to three miles out of my way to come to this store 'cause it's the lucky store,'' said Don Ford, 45, of Hollywood, plunking down a buck per Mega Millions ticket at the convenience store at 11111 Burbank Blvd.
It appears that there will be even more Mega Evolutions slated for the "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
The country has the capacity to produce 16,000 mega watts electricity by using hydro and thermal means whereas the production has been reduced to 10263 mega watts.
SACRAMENTO - Schwarzenegger administration officials said Wednesday that California will join a deficit-easing, multi-state Mega Millions lotto game in a week, even though they are on thin legal ground and probably face a court battle.
PhoneArena claims that the new Galaxy Mega 2 has been available in Asian countries like Malaysia and Thailand for the past two months with a price tag of about $400.
SACRAMENTO - California Lottery officials voted Tuesday to link their languishing operation to the multistate Mega Millions, ensuring unprecedented lotto fever with the prospect of half-billion-dollar jackpots.