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mind-blowing

adj.
1. Producing hallucinatory effects.
2. Intensely affecting the mind or emotions.
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sort-of-super group, the Rock-Bottom Remainders), but nobody accomplished in one field has ever produced something mind-blowingly good in the other, besides maybe Edward Sanders of the Fugs and 1968; and other than educore outfit BloodHag, all of whose songs are death-metal biographies of famous science-fiction authors and who throw paperbacks at their audiences, there aren't many bands whose raison d'etre is so principally literary.
They are stunning at the moment, especially a couple of weeks ago when all the blossoms were out - absolutely mind-blowingly gorgeous.
We believe our technology is truly a breakthrough that will bring a mind-blowingly realistic mobile entertainment experience to consumers.
IT'S not exactly a surprise that five million Brits now live abroad - but what is mind-blowingly incomprehensible is the fact 297 of them are in North Korea.
The audience was so mind-blowingly on top of what we were doing and it just carried us on a cloud of happiness all night.
It is mind-blowingly clear that in the modern world of business technology travelling (expensively) to meetings across physical distance at speed will never be less important.
But you have to believe me when I say it was mind-blowingly difficult, because this show has always been a favourite of mine.
Acceleration from a standing start is mind-blowingly fast - reaching 62mph in just 3.
The timing could not be better, which means sometime this summer, we should expect news of a mind-blowingly lucrative payday.
Intel's mind-blowingly fast CPUs have had a profound effect on our business model, allowing us to stream more games simultaneously while offering users a premium experience.
The new races that have been put on to enable there to be sufficient ammo to stretch the festival to four days did not come about because the racing world felt there was a need for them, and it may well be that the best way forward is to go back to 24 races, spread across three mind-blowingly superb days of mayhem.