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  • The general public, he wrote, were “highly impressed, nay, thrilled, wonder-struck and flabbergasted!” at Vedic mathematics.

    HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID

  • The general public, he wrote, were “highly impressed, nay, thrilled, wonder-struck and flabbergasted!” at Vedic mathematics.

    HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID

  • The general public, he wrote, were “highly impressed, nay, thrilled, wonder-struck and flabbergasted!” at Vedic mathematics.

    HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID

  • Dame Laurentia is an excellent foil, all ears in Catherine Flye's wide-eyed, wonder-struck performance.

    Theater Review: Washington Stage Guild's 'The Best of Friends'

  • Wildfire was loose, and my left self was wonder-struck.

    Wildfire

  • Wildfire was loose, and my left self was wonder-struck.

    Wildfire

  • Wildfire was loose, and my left self was wonder-struck.

    Wildfire

  • Awe-imprest, and wonder-struck, she softly opened her side curtain to look after it.

    Camilla

  • Camilla looked round with rapture; Indiana seemed wonder-struck, without knowing why; Dr. Marchmont narrowly watched them all; and Miss Margland, expecting a new collection would be next proposed for setting them up, nimbly re-crossed the threshold, to examine the prospect without.

    Camilla

  • Modeste remained wonder-struck at the Parisian wit that scintillated in his declamatory discourse, of which she had hitherto known little or nothing.

    Modeste Mignon

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