Imagination boggles at the vileness of this effect.
It boggles the mind, especially when you consider that this science is in its infancy.
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The mind boggles at the thought of that rather ascetic pontiff as the Harold Shipman of the Vatican.
boggles the imagination.
boggles at the thought of that rather ascetic pontiff as the Harold Shipman of the Vatican.
For starters you could say it's the largest darn mall in America, an immense consumer-driven entertainment complex that simply boggles the mind.
I agree, physics reveals phenomena at which the mind truly boggles.
As a practicing Catholic, Blakely then slightly boggles DS Winters by praying over Wells.
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