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“Does that take into account the humungo increase in the U.S. hispanic population that began in the 1960s and accelerated in the 1980s.”
“We were taking meetings with investors (and luckily, the fabulously amazing SoHo space where we did our launch event, Meet, was generous enough to let us crash in their chic all-white conference room, equipped with humungo flat-screen and Knoll furnishing for good measure).”
“What is with the humungo strawberries on that little cake?”
“Or to recall the positive side of a less pro-development, big money driven, relentless drive to replace small-scale with humungo-scale, modest local businesses with chains, funky neighborhoods populated by folks of different income level with luxury, luxury, luxury!”
“But when he says The big difference between the Avengers and the JLA is that the Avengers are a team -- they train together, live together, function very strongly as a unit -- while the JLA are a league -- they're very much individual heroes who come together as needed to deal wit the humungo threats.”
“(She obviously doesn't mind humungo run-on sentences and over abundant use of parenthesis.)”
“DJ Seed has been at the forefront on the Thai music scene since 1995 and has been headlining large festivals and opening for humungo acts like Fat Boy Slim ever since.”
“If you've the money and dream of owning a humungo-wall-telly, then the Panasonic will go a long way to fulfilling your dreams XENON Z1s VISUAL WORKSTATION”
“Feeling neither here nor there about the aesthetics and politics of pheasant feathers, but this is definitely one of those humungo, bothersome centerpieces that make it impossible to see and talk to dinner companions on the other side of the table. ruckus on November 18th 2009 at 5: 30pm view ruckus's”
“My pumpkin plant has grown big, humungo leaves, plenty of flowers daily but not a pumpkin.”
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