out-of-this-world


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out-of-this-world

adj
excellent; amazing
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On Tuesday, from 6pm, astronomy experts from the Royal Observatory will be on hand to present an out-of-this-world evening, while the ShowDome cinema will screen moon landings in spectacular 360deg with brand-new movie CAPCOM GO!
Expect all the hits, along with an out-of-this-world show production.
A Wrinkle in Time meets Stranger Things in an out-of-this-world, fast-paced middle grade story about a sister and her special little brother fighting to save the world from an interdimensional catastrophe.
Quirky, creepy and more than a little tongue in cheek, this is out-of-this-world fun.
Quirky, creepy and more than a little tongue-in-cheek - it's out-of-this-world fun.
In this hilarious and quirky flick, we're reunited with Emmet, Lucy and their awesome crew as they defend Bricksburg from out-of-this-world invaders threatening to destroy their city.
Team boss, Mark Lemon said: "We've seen some out-of-this-world racing already from the boys this season and Wolverhampton, we know, very much like our track so the challenge is on.
It includes the Glamour & Sparkle Jar, with scatter metallic stars and dazzling strands, the Unicorn Confetti Jar and the Midnight Magic Jar filed with shiny stars, orbs and strands for an out-of-this-world cake.
Approximately 1500 guests attendeed the event and got to enjoy out-of-this-world cocktails mixed by the best bartenders in Vancouver.
MORE than half of parents would consider giving their baby an out-of-this-world name such as Luna, Nova or Orion, according to a poll.
Backed with quirky illustrations and funny wishes, the Pull My Cord line includes a squirrel, a super-friendly poo, hip-hop-loving bacon and an out-of-this-world cat with laser eyes.