enormous

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  • Today there are few physical remains of this enormous construction project.
  • The influence of the main political parties and party leaders is enormous.
  • If these areas were to be lost, the impact on the population would be enormous.
  • Our country has an enormous impression on the rest of the world.
  • Since that, the word has often been used to describe a female artist who achieved enormous success.
  • This literature had an enormous influence on European culture in the late 19th century.
  • The damage done to those communities was enormous as a result of the strike.
  • The Senate also had an enormous degree of power over the civil government in Rome.
  • They had, therefore, an enormous impact in the historical development of the modern Western world.
  • It took a little time for the sound men to get used to him, but he had an enormous impact.
  • They are known for their enormous bodies and great height.
  • She was at the top of a career that a human being could desire, and she felt enormous responsibility.
  • Lie groups play an enormous role in modern geometry, on several different levels.
  • Ten years before the first film, there was a period of enormous political turmoil.
  • The castle has been described as enormous, so large that an entire army was needed to garrison it.
  • The policy brought the Dutch enormous wealth and made the colony self-sufficient.
  • This could be addressed through the use of a standing cover of aircraft, but only at enormous cost.
  • This was an enormous turning point for America which had been wounded by civil war for over thirty years.
  • The two are looking at a horse with a human face and an enormous collar.
  • Considering that the piece was written in a rather short time, it can be considered work of an enormous performance.
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