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  • noun Something very puzzling, confusing or surprising.

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Examples

  • We will get to the bottom of that mind-boggler in tonight ` s "Top of the Block."

    CNN Transcript Aug 24, 2009

  • In one mind-boggler, a particle of light seems to "know" what experimenters have in store during a "double slit" experiment.

    Faster Than What?

  • (Why Tony didn't do the same in the Mid-East is a mind-boggler, considering that what he did do has ended his career).

    Tony Hendra: With Friends Like Democrats, Who Needs Republicans?

  • Today's post on math-magical thinking is a mind-boggler, with a link to a very cool magic site that will surprise and delight you.

    Math Magic

  • Today's post on math-magical thinking is a mind-boggler, with a link to a very cool magic site that will surprise and delight you.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Think about that one for a minute--it's a real mind-boggler

    DesignerBlog

  • Think about that one for a minute--it's a real mind-boggler

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Messiah metrix/metrics middle age military operation millennium bug mind-boggler mind share misogynist misprision moderation/extremism mole moment to moment mondegreen mongrelization monicker monks/friars monokini moral hazard motherhood and apple-pie issues mother wit moving on

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Messiah metrix/metrics middle age military operation millennium bug mind-boggler mind share misogynist misprision moderation/extremism mole moment to moment mondegreen mongrelization monicker monks/friars monokini moral hazard motherhood and apple-pie issues mother wit moving on

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Messiah metrix/metrics middle age military operation millennium bug mind-boggler mind share misogynist misprision moderation/extremism mole moment to moment mondegreen mongrelization monicker monks/friars monokini moral hazard motherhood and apple-pie issues mother wit moving on

    No Uncertain Terms

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