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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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It is astounding how many smart, well-educated, and well-paid people are underutilized by their companies," writes Susan Annunzio, chairman and CEO of the Hudson Highland Center for High Performance, and an adjunct professor of management at the University of Chicago School of Business in Contagious Success.
The incredible displays also include a huge SR-71 supersonic reconnaissance aircraft that retained astounding performance until its retirement.
12 letter by stating, "It is astounding to me how many bicyclists openly shun riding in the bike lanes that have been provided for them.
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Birnbaum and Taylor explore the astounding complexity of the civil rights movement as a historical force and its interconnection with political, labor, feminist, and educational concerns.
What has made the appreciation seem astounding is that the market came back from a 25 percent decline after it hit its highs in the 1980's.
The social constructs of politics are pitifully small in scale compared to this astounding new Darwinian imperative, which is now becoming gapingly apparent.
In the United States, an astounding legal and illegal market in pet cougars provides an indisputable source of cats for eastern forests.
Campbell's influence on other science fiction writers continued when he turned his attention in 1937 to editing Astounding Stories , later titled Astounding Science Fiction, then Analog.
Wayne Bates, general secretary of the Birmingham branch of the NASUWT union, which is currently balloting members on whether to join national strike action later this month, said: "It is astounding that the head of E-ACT, overseeing just 14 academies, is paid nearly twice the pay of the Secretary of State for Education.
His 2006 album passing stranger will always be one of our favourites, and he's an astounding live performer.
There is no indication that academies take on twice as many 'difficult' children as maintained schools, so the fact that the Government allows academies to get away with excluding twice as many pupils is astounding.