Ingreat

In`great´


v. t.1.To make great; to enlarge; to magnify.
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Yet I was still ingreat mental anguish, because all the powers wanted to negate my victory.
A huge crowd had gathered on the 300mclimb,oneof the steepest inGreat Britain and a real sting in the tail after more than 90 miles in the legs, and weren't disappointed as the 100 competitors painfullymade it to the top in a colourful scene reminiscent of those on the sport's continental heartlands.
Will Andy Burnham and Hywel Williams and the majority of our government not rest until they have closed down every pub inGreat Britain, not just N Wales?
John Botwood, of Lees Terrace, Bilston, admitted demanding pounds 2,000 from Asda in Tipton betweenDecember 2000 and February 2001, and pounds 15,000 from its store inGreat Barr early in2008.
He comes here ingreat form and won't be inconvenienced by any ground conditions.
F OURofMerseyside's most talented young athletes have been named inGreat Britain's junior team for tomorrow's Loughborough International.
I pioneered anger management group courses inGreat Britain 37 years ago whilst working as a Probation Officer in West Yorkshire.
The manager has brought in a lot of new players but everyone is mixing ingreat and I'm sure getting away to Austria will be great for everyone to get to know each other.
I wouldn't have run him unless I thought he was 100 per cent, he was ingreat form at home.
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The game Welshman didn't take a backward step but Hidewas ingreat shape for someone in his twilight years and Brooks tumbled to the canvas inside the first minute after a sweet right from Hide and the bout seemed set for a swift conclusion.
Margaret, who also owns the Smallest House inGreat Britain onConwyQuay, said: "Conwy is full of ghosts.