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  • Thus Slackbridge; gnashing and perspiring after a prodigious sort.
  • Remarking this at a glance, with the quick observation of his class, Stephen Blackpool bent his attentive face — his face, which, like the faces of many of his order, by dint of long working with eyes and hands in the midst of a prodigious noise, had acquired the concentrated look with which we are familiar in the countenances of the deaf — the better to hear what she asked him.

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  • As a child, Mozart had a prodigious talent.
  • It is the most prodigious project of her career so far.

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