Fantasticly

Fan`tas´tic`ly


adv.1.Fantastically.
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If you are going to complain about this article don't ever think of going to Australia where the rules are tough, fantasticly so actually.
SARA chairman Ann Prosser said: "It went absolutely fantasticly well against all the odds.
But for this match-up at least, another chapter will be written in the fantasticly fierce rivalry of Guardiola and Mourinho.
I have had calls from a few of said recruitment agencies telling me what a fantasticly strong CV I have and how people with my experience are hard to find in Dubai.
"I drove the ball fantasticly, and my iron play was world-class - it really was," said Dougherty.
The Liverpool skipper has done fantasticly well so far, but he has so much more to offer England's attack.
''He's stuck in there fantasticly, left it extremely well and that is going to be very important when you're batting because the ball does swing about here.''
"He started off last season fantasticly and, while things in general may have made things a little tougher for him this season, he goes about everything in the right way.