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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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A legion of snackhounds with a common passion for the legendarily light doughnuts arrived at the newly opened store, 6841 Topanga Canyon Blvd.
And that fierce vibrato is itself a remarkable instrument, as anyone knows who heard (or saw) Buckley play the religious-hysteric mother in Broadway's legendarily ill-fated "Carrie.
But it was Sellers' legendarily dysfunctional private life - punctuated by drug abuse, four wives and some terrifying mood swings - that are the real focus here.
And what better place to soak up the outfit's legendarily long blues-rock sets than an outdoor festival?
But there's a catch: Legendarily frugal, Corman will probably never get this award because he has always worked the cheap, mean streets of indie film.
Sure, she was big in the 80s - co-starring in the legendarily naff cop series Dempsey & Makepeace.
They are predominantly owned and operated by 20-somethings who prefer the city to the boondocks but don't want to be creamed by the legendarily high rents in other parts of San Francisco.
In ``Barrymore,'' which opened Wednesday night at the Ahmanson Theatre, Plummer - who won a Tony award for the role - becomes the legendarily reckless ``clown prince'' of the American stage and the bad seed of its esteemed first family.
Miniver,'' she delivered a legendarily long acceptance speech, lasting more than five minutes.
Those would be Neil Young, the Beach Boys and Big Star, the legendarily obscure '70s power-pop group led by Alex Chilton.
AS if to confirm his legendarily listless and phlegmatic style of governance, the recent appointments made by President Muhammadu Buhari into the boards of federal agencies came quite late in the day.