out-of-this-world


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out-of-this-world

adj
excellent; amazing
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Now on board the International Space Station (ISS) alongside Russian commander Yuri Malenchenko and American NASA astronaut Tim Kopra, Peake took time out of his schedule to send an out-of-this-world message to Stoke Primary School.
Killzone: Shadow Fall - The out-of-this-world graphics in this latest Killzone instalment proved the next generation of games will offer even bigger bangs for our bucks.
Jermaine showed exactly what he can do with an out-of-this-world goal," said Grayson, who made a cameo appearance in the game.
DON'T call me a lunatic but I've found a couple of out-of-this-world horses at Ascot to celebrate the 43rd anniversary of astronaut Neil Armstrong taking man's first walk on the moon.
A WELSHMAN has won an out-of-this-world accolade for his garden - after winning the Tardis category of the shed of the year content.
This year's winner has already been promised an out-of-this-world prize after being offered the chance to perform in space, thanks to Sir Richard Branson's space venture Virgin Galactic.
HERE'S your chance to win an out-of-this-world prize.
When a boy named Harry sneaks out of bed one night with his best friend, Horsie, to play with his Super Duper Bubble Blooper--an out-of-this-world adventure begins
ROBERT Carlyle's new show is proving to be an out-of-this-world hit with fans.
All the trappings are there: The out-of-this-world space-alien costumes, the demonic wailing of Oderus Urungus' vocals, the supernatural horror-flick feel of songs such as "Let Us Slay.
STUDENTS are looking forward to an out-of-this-world experience next week when a former astronaut touches down at their school.
My first issue (June 2008) was waiting when I returned from an absolutely marvellous holiday, briefly in Nepal (must go back) and six out-of-this-world days in Bhutan.