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mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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ICS Awards, never in my wildest dreams; when I read Daniel Day-Lewis written in his category, I said to myself, 'I'm already a winner.
To have represented clubs like Southampton and Liverpool and playing for my country in a World Cup were beyond my wildest dreams," said Lambert.
lt;B Tina Turner in Concert on the Wildest Dreams Tour at the National Stadium, Cardiff, July 14, 1996
To get into the position we're in now is just beyond our wildest dreams.
This charity raises funds for terminally ill children and for their wildest dreams to come true.
Timeframehd has supplied many time-lapses for the Wildest series and countless other films from a collection built up over 15 years and shot in some of the World's most remote locations.
In a not dissimilar but even more inspirational story, The Wildest Dream takes us back to the 1920s when Cambridge-educated Somme survivor George Mallory was determined to climb Everest.
Summary: Singing sensation Susan Boyle has said that her chance to sing in front of the Pope was "beyond her wildest dreams".
SINGING sensation Susan Boyle said last night that her chance to sing in front of the Pope at an open-air Mass today was beyond her wildest dreams.
I never officially retired from international rugby when I played union so I never thought in my wildest dream that I would play for Wales again.
I never officially retied from international rugby when I played union, so I never thought inmy wildest dreams that Iwould play for Wales again.
And to find out more, Washington Wetland Centre is appealing for people to join in the Wildest Hide and Seek experiment this weekend.
Terrorism Beyond Our Wildest Dreams': Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Photo) on Wednesday said that if Iran acquires nuclear weapons it could "bring terrorism beyond our wildest dreams.
1 : to be greater, better, or stronger than : exceed <"You will find that the conditions at a fair will surpass your wildest dreams.