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wild

1. (of animals) living independently of man; not domesticated or tame
2. (of plants) growing in a natural state; not cultivated
3. living in a savage or uncivilized way
4. (of a card, such as a joker or deuce in some games) able to be given any value the holder pleases
5. a desolate, uncultivated, or uninhabited region
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Wildly Profitable Marketing for Green Businesses" is presented by Wildly Profitable Marketing, an online bookstore created by Wurzberger and Foster.
Instead of the best possible outcome being projects that meet their goals, the methods described in Spiral Up encourage projects to be wildly successful
Despite the unreserved backing of the parliamentary committee on climate change, which wants to cut carbon emissions by 34% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, claims that clusters of these giant windmills could supply a third of Britain's electricity needs are wildly optimistic.
Based on 145-plus interviews of everyday, frontline managers, she reports findings from a study of 46 wildly successful initiatives produced by these everyday people when they chose to step outside the practice of conventional management.
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Elites may have scorned the book, but its sales have been extraordinary; early indications are that they may even surpass those for Hillary's memoirs, which themselves wildly exceeded expectations.
He fixed his gaze on a chandelier swinging above his head and wondered how long it would take the oscillations to repeat themselves if the lamp were swinging wildly, instead of hardly moving.
Alice is wildly excited, but now that the wedding is about to take place, she's beginning to feel left out, and there are all kinds of adjustments to be made when Sylvia moves in.
He said:``He will never have a better opportunity to say that he believed in all good faith the intelligence he was given and he gave to Parliament,but that it has turned out to be wildly wrong.
Fans of Talbert's wildly successful touring plays (Mr.
One woman on crutches, Frida Mittle-Punkt, had such ample and impulsive motion in her upper body that she seemed to have invented her own wildly seductive dance vocabulary.
The wildly popular computer game The Sims is a favorite among cyber-gaming enthusiasts for allowing users to create simulated worlds populated with all kinds of people--including gay people.