tremendous

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  • I learned a great deal from him about acting, and he was a tremendous influence on me.
  • This new game has developed a tremendous interest from tourists in its short history.
  • For simple programs a tremendous amount of programming has to be done just to get started.
  • The early 20th century was an age of tremendous political and social changes in the city.
  • The tracks were laid at a tremendous amount of labor and loss of life.
  • This period of expansion created tremendous success for the competition and rugby league in general.
  • Despite this, he had tremendous success and soon became a world famous celebrity.
  • It has erupted with tremendous force several times in the last two million years.
  • In particular, the potential for a tremendous discovery surrounding dark matter is possible over the next several years.
  • Horror and science fiction films experienced a period of tremendous growth during this time.
  • Glass art was a medium in which the style found tremendous expression.
  • Local and state government along the river have taken tremendous steps in cleaning it up.
  • However, it takes a tremendous amount of power and cannot be sustained for long.
  • The effects of the release of these two albums were tremendous.
  • On both sides of the Atlantic the film was a tremendous critical and commercial success.
  • His spatial sense told him that film among these sets would be a tremendous challenge.
  • The city of Calera has seen tremendous economic growth within the past few years.
  • Despite its tremendous growth, Internet access is not distributed equally within or between countries.
  • Hannibal had been able to win over a major allied base by his tremendous military success.
  • Ancient Rome commanded a vast area of land, with tremendous natural and human resources.
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