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be no mean feat

To be a considerably great, difficult, or noteworthy achievement or outcome. Defeating an incumbent president is no mean feat, but we feel confident that our candidate has what it takes. Well done, John. Getting an A+ on that exam was no mean feat!
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no mean feat

A considerably great, difficult, or noteworthy achievement or outcome. Defeating an incumbent president is no mean feat, but we feel confident that our candidate has what it takes. Well done, John. Getting an A+ on that exam was no mean feat!
See also: feat, mean, no
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Westbrook needs three more assists in the remaining four games for the Thunder and he will match Oscar Robertson, who accomplished the same feat in 1962.
The Great Feats solution will be integrated with the OneCause platform, creating a software suite for customers to access a variety of fundraising solutions, including peer-to-peer, mobile bidding, event management, Text2Give and online donations.
While researching a new book on the "stones of strength", Roger came across a quote in an 1886 book by Elias Owen which mentions a "ponderous" 101lb feat stone in the churchyard of St Michaels, Efenechtyd, near Ruthin.
Although Hayward left this current incarnation of the Feat last year, tributes were paid to him here.
One performer who has managed this feat is Paul Bowler in Mystere.
"We are very proud of our alliance with Wishbone and Big Feats! Entertainment, and extremely excited about the CD ROM and and online project we are developing together," said Ed Bernstein, president and CEO of Palladium Interactive.
Feats currently works with private and public universities in the United States, partnering with them to launch comprehensive fundraising campaigns, recognize leadership transitions and mark milestone anniversaries.
But, thankfully, 1974's Feats Don't Fail Me Now finally saw the band doing good business - although the band's upward trend was tempered by Lowell George's poor health - the singer suffered a fatal heart attack in June, 1979, while touring with a new band.
Fun and informative, Deborah Richie Oberbillig's "Bug Feats Of Montana" is the newest addition to the Farcountry Explorer series.
I read with interest your article on Frank Butters in the series 100 Greatest Training Feats (January 26).
Spectacular feats included running up the proscenium wall and flipping.
The theme of the event from July 3 to 5 in Sussex will be True Grit: Epic Feats of Endurance.
Neil Clark feels Alborada's back-to-back Champion Stakes victories deserved a place in the 100 Greatest Training Feats
The frog ridicules this as a feat of bravery, because he does it every day.