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magnificently

mag ni fuh suhnt lee

  • r  extremely well
  • r  in an impressively beautiful manner

  • New foundations stabilize the ancient walls, and polymer mesh strengthens the faades that so magnificently overlook the Hunza Valley.
  • Says Economist Brandt: "If this German technique were ever tried against the Latin-American countries, it would work magnificently.
  • At work that evening he sleepwalks himself into the film he's projecting (its plot eerily mirrors his real-life problem) and solves the crime in a series of magnificently .
News & Articles

  • Matt’s Favorites: Biotech Growth In Lansing, And Much More
    SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) — So what’s the latest and greatest in the magnificently multifaceted world of high technology? Well, kids, strap on that jeweler’s loupe and let’s take a look at some facets… * Congratulations are […]
    June 18, 2013 - CBS Detroit
  • Bartolo Colon’s success is really bothering some people
    Bartolo Colon has pitched magnificently this season. He leads the AL in wins, is sporting a 2.89 ERA and is pounding the strike zone like crazy, allowing only one walk per every nine innings pitched. This, apparently, is something baseball should be embarrassed by. Why? Because he tested positive for synthetic testosterone last year Paul Gackle of the San…
    June 17, 2013 - NBC Sports: HardballTalk
Quotes

  • Ed Perlmutter in Washington Post
    I don't want to cut off funding. Our troops are performing magnificently,Perlmutter said.
  • Warren Buffett in Forbes
    Lou Simpson, who manages Geico's investment portfolio would "fill in magnificently for a short period," Buffett said.
  • Laura Davies in Forbes
    At the moment, I'm really disappointed, but overall, I'm really, really pleased,Davies said. "I played well this week. I putted well. I've driven it magnificently. Overall, I go away from here having great memories, but I'm very...

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