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stratosphere

the region of the Earth's atmosphere between 10 and 50km in altitude.
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Unfortunately, I couldn't remain in Seattle to see how El-Khoury fared in the same stratospherically demanding role less than 15 hours later.
As such, higher end firearms from companies like SIG Sauer may as well have been priced stratospherically like Korth revolvers--whether $1,000 or $5,000, both were equally unobtainable on my budget.
Despite nervous selloffs, this is the reason American (and European) equities are still in a bull run, even though Wall Street valuations are stratospherically high.
We are about sustainable growth and don't want to expand stratospherically.
Figures for anti-ageing procedures are rising stratospherically - and not just among women.
Stratospherically overthe-top plotting in a thriller from Luc Besson's action factory.
If it were possible, without overstraining ecological resources, to raise the bottom living standard of everyone in the world to a basic level of capabilities and dignity, would it matter if the world's richest were stratospherically better off?
Hotels in the area tend to be stratospherically expensive, so the opening of The Nadler is a breath of fresh air, with rooms starting at PS155.
Around the same time she appeared with a stratospherically teased coif on the cover of a Cosmopolitan beauty guide, she broke her ribs in a boxing match with Sparkle Lee, an amateur referee.
Their wines aren't even close to inexpensive, but compared with the stratospherically priced cults, they represent good value.
Stevens set the bar stratospherically high, of course, and Miller's brief flights into those rarefied climates occasionally result in a voice that sounds less wise beyond its years than straining to be thought of as such.

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