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01. Last week, a [huge] ship came to San Francisco. It was so big that they could have put the Titanic in one of its storage rooms.
02. The house was being guarded by a [huge] black dog.
03. The Titanic was a [hugely] successful movie, one of the most profitable in the history of the cinema.
04. Kelly's brother Sam is [huge], maybe 7 feet tall, and over 300 pounds.
05. Celine Dion is absolutely [huge] in Asia.
06. He got a [huge] bump on his head when he fell off his bike.
07. We ordered this [huge] pizza, and then ate the whole thing between the two of us.
08. There is a Finnish proverb which states that the world is a good teacher, but it charges a [huge] fee.
09. Because its eyeball is fixed, the whale must move its [huge] body to shift its line of sight.
10. The giraffe's heart is [huge]; it weighs over 20 pounds, is almost 2 feet long, and has walls up to four inches thick.
11. When a school of baby catfish are threatened, their father opens his [huge] mouth, and the youngsters swim inside to hide.
12. This singer is [huge] in England, but is still relatively unknown in the U.S.
13. After his [hugely] successful first movie, every producer in Hollywood wanted him to direct their next film.
14. She is a [huge] tennis fan, and goes to every tournament she can.
15. Hockey has a [huge] following in Canada, with thousands of kids playing the sport every winter, and thousands more watching it regularly on television.
16. The nation of Gambia is a long narrow strip of land which is crossed by a [huge] river.
17. With the score tied, and five minutes left in the game, the next goal will be [huge].
18. The Mongols under Genghis Khan conquered a [huge] Eurasian Empire in the 13th century.
19. The Himalayas mountains are simply a [huge] mass of rocks which were compressed and shoved upwards when the continent collided with Asia.
20. Bill Vaughan once joked that money won't buy happiness, but it will pay the salaries of a [huge] research staff to study the problem.

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