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“He turned out to be the kind of boss who is permanently on the brink of leaving the office to do something earth-shatteringly important.”
“The uDraw is by no means an earth-shatteringly clever input device like Microsoft's Kinect, and it would never make any grandiose claims about changing the face of gaming or whatever, but it should prove pretty attractive to parents worried about their offspring spending all day in front of their Wiis without achieving anything concrete, and particularly those who want to encourage an interest in painting.”
“His earth-shatteringly low approval ratings pulled their way up to a standardly awful 40 percent.”
“Just expressing my disbelief at the assumption that anyone who pays on a scale of a 15 minute posts is going to get anything earth-shatteringly brilliant.”
“I mean, it is earth-shatteringly to a T a perfect explanation of why science and religion have battled for so long!”
“I fail to see why this is even an issue ... on the other hand, I'm not a fan of the books, maybe this is earth-shatteringly important.”
“Included are earth-shatteringly sensible provisions like "Passengers have a right to take the flight they paid for" and "Passengers have a right to information on flight times and schedule changes.”
“It would be earth-shatteringly cool if His Royal Purpleness happens to be there when The Strike are playing ... have fun, dude!”
“Effectively mirroring post 9/11 sensibilities and insecurities, Cloverfield rather audaciously uses shaky hand-held recording – that similarly captured the majority of the literally earth-shatteringly events of that infamous day – to lend an extra dimensional of believability and actuality to proceedings.”
“That is, taken as a whole, the sort of charm of Vampire Weekend: Nothing is earth-shatteringly new, but it's done with such a seeming naiveté that the old ideas and styles seem new.”
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