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  • Bloom's forerunners, the legendary circus advance men, would be astonished at such princely sums.
  • Die-hard Ross devotees will be astonished at how easily he slips into an unsympathetic character.
  • Segovia told the composer " You will be astonished at the success it will have ".
  • A person who last looked at price tags a year ago will be astonished at prices today.
  • I continue to be astonished at the rampant . . . immaturity, that is easily the best word for it.
  • The Romans brought the grape from Italy, and even they would be astonished at how well it has fared here.
  • "You'd be astonished at how few good pictures that have to do with farming, fishing, mining, logging there are ."
  • When we look at our current trade turnover of about a billion dollars, we can only be astonished at the underachievement,
  • These three men would be astonished at the dramatic growth in the value of their handiwork in the last 20 years.
  • Anybody who recalls when zinfandel was a reliably cheap bottle to take home for dinner may be astonished at current prices.
  • And if Olympic fans are also nuts for the nighttime, Boyd thinks visitors will be astonished at what they can find.
  • You'll be astonished at the way the women can detail the violence, enumerating incidents with a precision that doesn't diminish their damage.
  • John Farrow died in 1963, but O'Sullivan lived until 1998, plenty of time to be astonished at the number of her grandchildren.
  • On his many visits to the Midwest, my friend never ceased to be astonished at the bovine girth of the average American.
  • You would be astonished at how much the world has changed because of things that have come out of Cambridge, " he said.
  • You'd be astonished at how quietly, how orderly _ and how ( ital ) fast ( end ital ) _ the bus seats filled up.
  • :: One might equally be astonished at the fact that the American use of " cookie " fails to distinguish choc-chip cookies from custard creams.
  • If President Bush wins, the reasoning goes, pro-Kerry Europe will be astonished at what it will see as the bad judgment of the American electorate.
  • But fans of Schwimmer's puppy-cute " Friends " character, Ross, will be astonished at how easily the actor slips into the guise of a not-so-nice guy.
  • New Yorkers accustomed to waiting a half-hour for a police car to show up after a purse-snatching would be astonished at the personal service small-town and suburban residents routinely get.
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