extraordinary

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  • Info ExtraOrdinary is an EP by Nizlopi, released in 2006.
  • This extraordinary relationship between the writer and the political leader may be unique.
  • Before long, his investigation will lead him to another quite extraordinary man.
  • In his time, this was considered an extraordinary success for Spanish scientific production.
  • With this extraordinary increase in population came the need for schools and sources of entertainment.
  • When you give people something extraordinary, they expect it every time.
  • It is difficult now to account for the extraordinary popularity of the work.
  • With his death, the family founded by the extraordinary rise to power and influence of the first duke ended.
  • However, all those who knew him recognised his talent and felt that he was extraordinary.
  • It had fifty performances over the next year, extraordinary at the time.
  • National laws of extraordinary importance to the public may be announced by the head of state on a national broadcast.
  • Under these circumstances, an extraordinary personal charisma must have been central to his success.
  • Then, too, her own life was an extraordinary subject.
  • Its extraordinary success has led it to be broadcast in dozens of countries.
  • Manichaeism continued to spread with extraordinary speed through both the east and west.
  • Congress gave the new civilian Commission extraordinary power and considerable independence to carry out its mission.
  • This annual fair also features extraordinary arts of endurance such as walking on fire.
  • The film was about three steel workers in extraordinary circumstances.
  • Since then, it has frequently been applied figuratively to people of extraordinary ability.
  • They seemed like ordinary people playing extraordinary music.
  • His skill as a general was extraordinary, as he repeatedly defeated forces many times his own size.
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Meaning of extraordinary

  • adjective Beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable
    extraordinary authority, an extraordinary achievement, her extraordinary beauty, enjoyed extraordinary popularity, an extraordinary capacity for work, an extraordinary session of the legislature