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dramatic

Music (of a voice) powerful and marked by histrionic quality
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Nor will it at all detract from him, dramatically regarded, if either by birth or other circumstances, he have what seems a half wilful overruling morbidness at the bottom of his nature.
Miss Lavish spoke to it dramatically. It was Santa Croce.
But routine, with its ledgers and its copying-ink and its customers, fell like a grey cloud athwart his horizon, blotting out rainbow visions of sudden wealth, dramatically won.
Atmosic Technologies has photovoltaic-powered connectivity solution that dramatically extends the battery life of IoT devices.
This is because the planet's climate has been dramatically changing ever since the earth was born some 4.5 billion years ago.
A 'no' vote in Sunday's referendum would dramatically weaken Greece's position in debt negotiations, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday, declining to say whether creditors would re-open negotiations in that case.
SCIENTISTS in Cardiff have made a breakthrough in male fertility which could dramatically increase the chances of a successful pregnancy.
The star said she had "changed her life dramatically" since losing the baby girl when she was five months pregnant.
The health condition of Altynbek Itibaev suspected of killing MP Sanjarbek Kadyraliev on April 14 worsened dramatically, reported Azattyk Radio with reference to Itibaev's lawyer Toktogul Abdiev.
But McFall, whose Ports lie seventh, 10 points off Glentoran in third, says the table could change dramatically over the busy festive period.
Killarney councillor Brian O'Leary said the town's parking capacity needs to be dramatically increased because demand for spotsswells dramatically during the summer.