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astound (one) with

To amaze someone with something. I didn't know she was such a talented singer—she astounded us with her voice. You astounded the committee with your thorough, incisive analysis.
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astound someone with something

to shock or amaze someone with something. She astounded us with her skill. He astounded himself with his sudden burst of strength.
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By taking an agile approach to development, which saw the core team from every partner working in one room together in close co-operation with the other vendors, the two sites, in two different regions, were built and launched in the shortest timeline Astound has ever achieved -- just four weeks and four days from idea to go-live date.
Astound Commerce is a global digital commerce provider.
Astound Commerce is an award-winning global digital commerce provider.
Astound Commerce has approximately 70 trained and certified Demandware developers.
Don't miss Brian Hicks' opening keynote "Astound Yourself Today" at Benefits Selling Expo in San Antonio, May 9th at 3:15 pm.
Also, the Astound has three fully customisable home screens and comes with pre-loaded games and features the Slacker Radio app.
Sound Astound presentations can use WAV, MIDI, CD-Audio, sound effects, music and even voice narration.
According to Jay Heavilon, BorderJump's president, “Working with Astound Commerce has been a fantastic experience for BorderJump.
Astound Broadband acquired the operations for USD45m in cash, or the equivalent of approximately USD2,500 per customer.
Tony is one of the new Demandware Solution Architects at Astound Commerce, where his unique background in running all aspects of the ecommerce system development lifecycles position him to oversee the architecture, solution design and development and quality assurance of major retail sites.
The timelessness of Dark Elegies, set to Mahler's Kindertotenlieder ("Songs on the Death of Children") continues to astound; its universal grief evokes countless tragedies.
For me these schemes for buildings and interiors which are obviously meant to astound, titillate and refresh my tired old reactionary understanding of architectural space, all look a bit old-fashioned and above all mutely clumsy.
The purr of the engine reassures; the performance and agility astound; the blend of fluent steering and linear controls pamper; the perfect balance of front-to-rear weight distribution impresses.
Founded in 1963 with world famous director Tyrone Guthrie at the helm, Guthrie theater productions have continued to amaze and astound the theater audiences of Minnesota ever since.
NICE Systems announced a partnership with Astound Inc.