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Huge

A slang term for the Finnish markka issued after 1963. It is derived from a Swedish term for "hundred," due to the fact that a 1963 revaluation increased the value of the markka 100-fold. The term was most common in Helsinki.
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A year after storming into the city, local sources affirm the hugeness of the catastrophe from which the civilians which are still inside the city and the surrounding villages and towns are suffering.
Taekwondo gold medallist, Lauren Burns, said its difficult to prepare for the hugeness and pressure of the Olympic Games.
A common theme in the utility sector is its hugeness and geographical expanse, which makes it quite obtuse and abstract, difficult to monitor and control.
A look at the Philippine map shows the hugeness of the problem.
And so I wept--both overwhelmed with the hugeness of what we were undertaking and overwhelmed that God was part of it.
Knuck's hyper-aggressiveness goes hand-in-hand with his hugeness: he wields his power ruthlessly, clinging to established methods of maintaining order.
This is a tiny representation of the hugeness of differences among people in the world.
While on the one hand we can be proud the hugeness of the SUS in terms of installed capacity --number of health establishments (outpatient facilities and hospitals), beds and jobs in healthcare, with over 3.5 million workers working in multiprofessional, qualified and specialized teams-, on the other the sector continues to grow and generate new posts.
I mused at the hugeness of his house and his person.
JDT and I have been brainstorming about the play for many years, and the hugeness of its moral questions about justice, revenge, death and dying, love and betrayal, political corruption and pollution, seemed utterly necessary and urgent right now.
In addition, the hugeness of organizations having persistent corporate review boards of trustees has been underlined by numerous administrative powers.
Alya Honasan, who puts flowers every couple of weeks 'on what remains of LJM's sacrosanct newsroom desk,' noted how 'such a small, confined, ridiculously inadequate space compared to the great big expanse of LJM's heart, the hugeness of her personality, and the magnitude of her contribution to journalism, in the country as well as in my own life and work.