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gargantuan

gor gan chooh uhn

  • s  of great mass; huge and bulky

  • Many people in Taiwan are also fearful that gargantuan China will end up absorbing their tiny island if ties become too close.
  • Liu's other crusadesagainst spitting, smelly taxis, fractured English and dirty toilets, among other thingsare manifestations of the gargantuan task he has been charged with .
  • Its mission: blocking a gargantuan dam-building project that could have destroyed beautiful landscape and fragile ecosystems surrounding Europe's last wild river.
News & Articles

  • Renegade Wendy's kills giant 'T-Rex' burger
    Canadian carnivores are mourning the extinction of 'T-Rex,' a gargantuan nine-patty cheeseburger that a renegade Wendy's had sold since the meat monster was hatched as a magazine spoof several years ago.
    June 14, 2013 - Asbury Park Press
  • An m-commerce site that ‘defies all mobile web standards’
    GNC’s gargantuan home page takes 41 seconds to load, Keynote says. Who will wait?
    June 13, 2013 - InternetRetailer.com
  • 6 of the Most Famous Agents in World Football and Who They Look After
    Like them or not—and when questioned, most fans will most likely fall into the second category—in a world where football has become a gargantuan, multimillionaire business, agents are here to stay.  At one point, the introduction of player representatives was a positive step forward for the sport, ensuring that players were not exploited by their clubs and would be properly rewarded for their ...
    June 13, 2013 - Bleacher Report
Quotes

  • John Amaechi in SI.com
    I'm actually tempted to laugh,Amaechi told The Miami Herald. "Finally, someone who is honest. It is ridiculous, absurd, petty, bigoted and shows a lack of empathy that is gargantuan and unfathomable. But it is honest. And it illustrates...
  • Mitch McConnell in AFP
    What the American people would like us to do is not make this gargantuan mistake,McConnell told ABC television, portraying the reforms as costly for Americans in the short-term. "The benefits don't kick in for four years. Just looking at...
  • Claire McCaskill in Washington Post
    There's no question that in the early days of this conflict, gargantuan, I mean huge mistakes, were made,McCaskill said.

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