Since, however, other Greek temples had colonnades hardly less high, and were of equal or greater area, it has been suggested that the Ephesian temple had some distinct element of grandiosity, no longer known to us - perhaps a lofty sculptured parapet or some imposing form of podium.
Catherine's Turkish policy was at first marked by a certain grandiosity.
The most prevalent, found in some 40 percent of affected persons, is paranoid schizophrenia, characterized by delusions and hallucinations centering on persecution, and by feelings of jealousy and grandiosity.
Because of this, the social idea of grandiosity has changed significantly over the years, and nowhere is this reflected more perfectly than in Godzilla's fictional change in height through the decades.
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