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- adverb In a
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- adverb with a loud crash
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Astronaut Mike's wanted list is getting filled in smashingly - only two remaining:
November 19th, 2006 z0mbieastronaut 2006
Astronaut Mike's wanted list is getting filled in smashingly - only one remaining:
November 26th, 2006 z0mbieastronaut 2006
But Jessica had a passion for the purple and blue hues and displayed the delicate glass pieces "smashingly" - not literally - on beautiful shelving in her living room.
If it seems vaguely insulting to call the smashingly successful
Because the first two seem to be going so 'smashingly' in your favor after all. posted by Kevin @ 11:50 AM
Dems Want 3rd 2006
During the next few years, several Idealab companies had smashingly successful IPOs—and even more spectacular crashes when the music stopped in 2000.
In the Plex Steven Levy 2011
However, writing about something really smashingly throat grabbing and writing it well-enough might.
Doctors, nurses, patients, and health care workers have produced and posted smashingly fun YouTube video performances in more than 78 facilities around the U.S. For example, click here to catch Gulf Coast Medical's performance of "Don't Miss a Beat Call 911."
Suzanne O'Malley: Day 8: Know the 7 Symptoms of Women's Heart Attack Suzanne O'Malley 2012
I think we desperately need to invigorate the young imagination into a love of space travel, and I hope that something as smashingly-successful as the new Star Trek film maybe does just that.
In jazz, though, it can make for a smashingly good time.
Get Moving Up in Harlem Pia Catton 2011