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humongous

(hjuˈmɑŋgəs)
mod. huge. (see also mongo.) She lives in a humongous house on the hill.
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New Delhi, [India], Oct 26 ( ANI ): The first song from Deepika Padukone's 'Padmavati' titled 'Ghoomar' received a humongous 10 million views in a single day.
Country: USASector: Leisure/ArtsTarget: Humongous Inc, Atari Interactive Inc, California US Holdings Inc, Atari IncBuyer: Unnamed buyersType: Corporate acquisition, RestructuringStatus: Agreed, Auction
But before you rush to move furniture around in your home to fit in the big boy, be prepared to rob a bank or two, because the TV has an equally humongous price tag -- Dh99,999
One advantage to being a humongous company like Siemens AG is the ability to churn out a prodigious amount of R&D.
Their new toy is the biggest widescreen LCD panel in the whole, wide world (for this day/week/ month), at a humongous 54 inches--normally plasma territory.
The partnership of Nickelodeon and Humongous Entertainment is a winning combination.
The humongous, echoey two-room white space, easily accommodated the 700 + crowd of students, bankers, lawyers, developers, owners and brokers.
Humongous Entertainment, creators of children's CD-ROMs and a subsidiary of GT Interactive Software Corp.
Humongous Entertainment, Seattle, WA, (425) 951-2149, www.
Pajama Sam in There's No Need To Hide When It's Dark Outside joins Putt-Putt, Fatty Bear and Freddi Fish in Humongous Entertainment's award-winning Junior Adventure line of Windows and Macintosh CD-ROMs for children ages 3 to 8.
The works of these two figures--and others associated with so-called Land Art--frequently inform Fend's Ocean-Earth scenarios, themselves a conglomeratio of speculative construction projects that are global in scope, humongous in scale.
Founded in 1992, Humongous (formerly Humongous Entertainment) is owned by France-based Infogrames Entertainment SA, the largest video games publisher in Europe, and parent company to Atari.
Or consider the comically humongous portrait of the absent father - a large-format print that, in the 1930s, might be hanging on a museum wall, not in a working-class household.
A grand tall tail about woman who takes good care of her garden; the biggest turnip in it is so humongous that Grandma Lena, Uncle Isadore, Aunt Netty, and the dog can't make it budge
The hilarious trials and tribulations of 15-year-old Jeremy are featured in the syndicated comic strip "Zits"; this volume, a sequel to the Humongous Zits treasury, brings together two collections, Don't Roll Your Eyes at ME, Young Man, and Are We an "Us"?