Did you perchance mean enormous?
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“As for him looking like an enormouse 25 year old (post werewolf) they do have makeup artist and special effect people that can do just about anything.”
“The social impact of such a decision would be enormouse.”
“Putin clearly sees any such military buildup on his border as insurance that — if push comes to shove — we can force Russia to continue to send oil and gas our way; this would take away an enormouse amount of Russian leverage.”
“There is an enormouse underground economy like that in Montana.”
“September 24, 2008 at 8:16 am iffen dat doan wurk den hed-butt dem bulliez wif dat enormouse coconut u got dere, kay sweetie?”
“But if, as seems likely, all mammals have the potential capability to revert specialised cells back to stem cells, then have the stem cells multiply and then re-specialise into whatever is needed, then that has enormous I won't say enormouse implications for the treatment of many illnesses.”
“Although to become elevated to the level of a "theory," a set of scientific postulates must have an enormouse amount of evidence supporting them, making them the best current understanding of a natural phenomenon that we have, no theory is ever considered to be the final word; every theory is subject to revision (most common) or replacement with a better theory (much less common) when new evidence and experimental results warrant it.”
“On the other hand if they are right then what an enormouse blessing to those accepting these ordinances.”
“I have the political cartoon on my desk. mcbush putting lipstick on an enormouse pig.”
“He was able to curry an enormouse amount of popular support and essentially bought the election.”
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