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cosmic

mod. excellent; powerful. This pizza is absolutely cosmic!
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"For long swathes the game was dreadful; a shocker as if to cosmically balance the classic Anfield enjoyed when Roma visited on Tuesday."
Recorded with a symphonic orchestra, a mixed vocal ensemble, and a wide range of synthesizers, Stardust is a cosmically inspired, space-themed album by award-winning New Age pianist, keyboardist, and composer Kerani.
So impatient was he to bring forth a biblical flood and subsequent ice age that was epic enough to swallow the Statue of Liberty, Emmerich conspired to make his cataclysm happen in days, not decades, courtesy of a cosmically unlucky (and scientifically unlikely) flash freeze.
Nor do I return to my routines on Monday with a restored luster to my halo and a cosmically enhanced mercy in every glance.
A poetic approach to materiality threads through the cosmically vast array of objects made over four decades and gathered by curator Anne Ellegood.
And if you're not thinking globally about your Skater of the Year, maybe you should think about the SOTY cosmically, in which case Evan "Starheadbody" Smith is your (space)man.
But the Republican Party can at least say that their problem candidate was foisted upon them when a series of cosmically unlikely decisions by no-hope candidates split the party's normal factions just long enough for Trump to consolidate what was left over.
He learns there are very important things in life, cosmically above his own small troubles, and he must decide to stop running away.
Though the chances of his presence intersecting with their current situation were cosmically low, such things do happen.
RON Jones of Oswestry ('Cameron and Christian ethics',' 15 May) paints in cosmically broad brushstrokes once again.
* The consequent demand that we "repair the house" invites us to a Catholicism grounded in communities that are cosmically Christie, consciously connected, contemplative and compassionate.
And the concert ended with something remarkable, an arrangement for string orchestra by Sir Colin Davis of Beethoven's cosmically otherworldly late String Quartet in C-sharp minor.
Host Neil deGrasse Tyson uses his "Ship of the Imagination" (SOTI) to introduce us to the mad but cosmically insightful 16th-century priest Giordano Bruno (under tree at left).
It seems cosmically appropriate that I recently discovered that I was born on the first day of Passover.