- a relating or belonging to the science of astronomy
- s inconceivably large
- Her knowledge is just astronomic.
- The early days of any baseball season are traditionally characterized by astronomic batting averages belonging to unfamiliar names.
- But this was accomplished by imposing stiff credit restrictions and astronomic lending rates of up to 22%.
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- 5 things to know Tuesday
Michael Jackson had a career fit for a superstar, full of astronomic highs and shocking lows. The singer passed away on June 25, 2009, from cardiac arrest, leaving behind a legacy as the king of pop.
June 25, 2013 - The Bay Bulletin
- Rush Ranch hosts astronomic event
SUISUN CITY -- An event at Rush Ranch will give some answers to those with astronomical questions.
June 23, 2013 - Vallejo Times-Herald
- Jorge Valdano in AFP
There was interest (from Real) in Ribery at a certain point, but Bayern are sticking to a very hard position,Valdano said. "They don't want to sell and that is why they are proposing an astronomic sum."
- Richard Blumenthal in Danbury News Times
We need legislation to make lower prices a guarantee instead of a guess,Blumenthal said. "We just slash astronomic prices and reform our dysfunctional system."
- Peter Hain in South Wales Evening Post
Mr Hain said: "Because of astronomic fuel costs, they are facing a very serious crisis which could jeopardise the business. They have already laid off four workers and anticipate another four having to go as well. The frustrating thing about this is...