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phenomenal

Philosophy known or perceived by the senses rather than the mind
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The video lessons are coming on a YouTube channel called 'Phenomenal Hub' and Lasisi says it was a response to the problems that many people encounter in spoken and written English.
JOSE MOURINHO has hailed Scotland skipper Andy Robertson as "phenomenal" after the left-back helped Liverpool win the Champions League.
"But the young lads have been phenomenal and are a breath of fresh air.
Emma, a chemistry teacher at Haberdashers' Adams, ran in the London Marathon on Sunday, and said it was a phenomenal atmosphere.
Conversation starter, Ms Kealeboga Moruti better known as 'Nikki' to her friends and acquaintances, believes a phenomenal woman brand should be purposeful and clear.
"He was a phenomenal guy, phenomenal cop, phenomenal dad, phenomenal husband, phenomenal friend," Ingebrigtsen said.
That's why entrepreneur Rita Mitchell (who is the first-ever recipient of First Horizon's 2018 Inclusion & Diversity Leader's Award) wrote "Own Your Phenomenal Self: A Guide on Character, Success, & Leadership".
MARCO Silva has rubbished Jose Mourinho's belief that Everton bankrolled a summer squad revamp with "phenomenal" levels of spending.
And Conor's takedown defense is phenomenal and that's down to Sergey and some of the stuff that John [Kavanagh] does on the wall."
"I'm not expecting him to be phenomenal every match because that is really, really difficult.
Prior to making phenomenal fame on social media, Doug first made public debut as a basketball superstar while Cheska and Patrick made names in showbiz, first as child stars and eventually, as drama actors.
In "The 5 Secrets of a Phenomenal Business" he draws upon his years of experience and expertise to help his readers understanding why they are in business, which will help them enjoy their business more--and will help them build the right kind of business.