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  • n. An indefinitely large number.

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Examples

  • While the official Tea Party estimates of Saturday's rally attendance may range between a gajillion and the fafillion, the company CBS hired to give an estimate placed the turnout at a respectably large 87,000, larger than the official estimates of turnout last year's 9/12 rally but no where near the estimated 1.8 million that attended Obama's inauguration.

    Was the Glenn Beck rally turnout really that impressive?

  • On the other hand, Adam Serwer of the American Prospect, guest-blogging on The Post's political blog the Plum Line a couple of days after Beck's rally, wrote that "while the official Tea Party estimates of Saturday's rally attendance may range between a gajillion and the fafillion, the company CBS hired to give an estimate placed the turnout at a respectably large 87,000, larger than the official estimates of turnout last year's 9/12 rally but nowhere near the estimated 1.8 million that attended Obama's inauguration."

    Answering Beck and call? Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert head to the Mall.

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