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leg·en·dar·y

 (lĕj′ən-dĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of, based on, or discussed in legend.
2. Extremely well known; famous or renowned: a legendary talk show host.

leg′en·dar′i·ly adv.

legendarily

(ˈlɛdʒəndərɪlɪ)
adv
in a legendary manner, or famously
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JOHN GRANT - GREY TICKLES, BLACK PRESSURE Grey Tickles combines former Czars frontman John Grant's legendarily caustic lyrics ("You and Hitler ought to get together, you ought to learn to knit and wear matching sweaters"
Grey Tickles combines Grant's legendarily caustic lyrics ("You and Hitler ought to get together, you ought to learn to knit and wear matching sweaters"
JOHN GRANT - GREY TICKLES, BLACA K PRESSURE GREY Tickles combines former Czars frontman Grant's legendarily caustic lyrics ("You and Hitler ought Y to get together, you ought to learn to knit and wear matching sweaters"
He continued: "Liverpudlians are legendarily generous and if anywhere should suffer from a shortage of donors, it shouldn't be here.
For many, this legendarily gruelling year will be the most trying time of their professional lives.
They're legendarily discreet, but Kate Andersen Brower has interviewed many of them to present this history of the post-war Presidency.
Miles Teller plays a teenage drummer who lives in the hope of moving up to the elite jazz group headed by JK Simmons' legendarily bullying but brilliant conductor, Terence Fletcher.
That's the charm of the city landmark, from its legendarily marked-up booths to its inviting neon sign.
The film's topic is WFMU, a legendarily freewheeling station in New Jersey.
Miles Teller plays a teenage drummer who, along with the rest of his band at an NYC college, lives in the hope of joining the elite jazz group headed by JK Simmons' legendarily bullying, but brilliant, conductor.
He is an applied mathematics major who legendarily excels at various information technology and IT solutions, as well as analyses of finance, securities and markets evidenced in his all-time research and study on the financial service sector during his time with D'Long International Strategic Investment Company and his own entrepreneurial practice in both two fields.
When one considers the chain of events that precipitated this made-in-South Korea disaster, there is ample reason to worry about South Koreans' legendarily reflexive obedience to authority.