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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h40
A day is miniature eternity
A heaven on earth
A rush of embarrassment swept through him
A sudden shiver of excitement shot through her body
Absolutely free conscience
Absorbingly interesting occupation
Abundantly illustrated book
Acoustically indistinct consonants
Admittedly difficult task
Adventure is the champagne of life.
Ambition should be made of sterner stuff
An endless expanse of blue sky
Apparently disconnected facts
Architecturally successful edifice
Astonishingly young mind
Awfully up-hill work




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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h40
Badly drawn character
Basically irrelevant detail
Biologically important functions
Bitterly contested wars
Blatantly defied convention
Carefully ascertained facts
Carefully chosen examples
Carefully developed theory
Clearly defined pattern
Closely guarded secret
Closely related words
Commercially oriented people
Commonly used words
Comparatively recent development
Completely different angle
Completely illiterate audience
Constantly changing background
Constantly recurring themes
Critically edited text
Currently fashionable dress





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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h41
Danger comes in silence and in secret
Dangerously disparaging attributes
Dark with excessive bright
Dazzlingly beautiful illuminations
Dearly loved person
Deeply felt resentment
Deeply rooted tradition
Delightfully chivalrous statement
Densely populated areas
Divinely inspired poetry
Eagerly awaited news
Easily accomplished task
Economically advanced nation
Economically backward areas
Elegantly dressed person
Eminently readable introduction
Eminently respectable figures
Emotionally charged sound
Entirely unfamiliar country
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
Evermore thanks, the exchequer of the poor
Exceedingly clever man
Excessive scruple is only hidden pride
Extremely attractive girl
Extremely grave risks
Extremely popular songs
Eyes alive with enthusiasm




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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h42
Fairly accurate details
Fairly reliable guide
Fame is food that dead men eat
Finely framed speech
Flamboyantly handsome man
For who would bear the whips and scorns of time
Friends are born, not made
Fully qualified person
Fundamentally different approach
Gaily plumaged birds
Gaudily coloured beaks
Generally accepted fact
Genuinely new ideas
Gorgeously created figures
Grammatically different words
Grievously committed sins
Happily chosen term
Happiness is the shadow of thing past
Hardly audible sound
Hastily summoned meeting
Heaven is our heritage, Earth but a player's stage
Heaven lies about us in our infancy
Heavily bearded person
Her shocking smile;broken.
Highly developed feeling
Highly disciplined community
Highly emotional speeches
Highly readable narrative
Highly sophisticated equipment
Hills whose heads touch heaven
His face cracked into an apologetic grin
His time is forever, everywhere his place
Historically correct usage
Historically related family of languages
Honest labour bears a lovely face
Honestly earned money
How noiseless falls the foot of time
Hugely impressive system
Hypocrisy in the homage that vice offers to virtue





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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h43
Immensely complicated affairs
Immensely suggestive book
Increasingly inelegant expressions
Increasingly popular subject
Inexpressibly beautiful measure
Infinitely productive artist
Infinitely small quantities
Infinitely variable world
Infinitely varied world
Insipidly pious woman
Intellectually mature person
Intensely interesting experience
Intensely private life
Intensely subjective poet
Internationally known scientist
Juridically free peasants
Keenly analytical ear
Lavishly illustrated pages
Lavishly produced publications
Lawfully constituted authority
Leaves fell and fluttered like snow flakes
Legally wedded wife
Lexicologically interesting polysemy
Linguistically enlightened editors
Literally translated vernacular expressions
Logically coherent analysis
Logically connected sentences
Logically fallacious inferences
Loosely flowing garments




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Sami Yusuf Islam
09/02/2016, 21h44
Marvellously engineered road system
Mentally disturbed people
Mentally retarded children
Moderately priced book
Mortally wounded man
Mutually exclusive categories
Mutually intelligible dialects
Naturally unstressed words
Neatly furnished house
Negatively charged particle
Negatively prefixed words
Newly appointed minister
Newly constituted board
Newly constructed buildings
Newly discovered languages
Newly married man
Newly published titles
Normally constituted man
Noticeably defective speech
Noticeably handsome face
Seemingly contradictory facets (of one's personality)
Seemingly little things
Seemingly worthless people
Semantically (very) interesting words
Semantically peculiar etymology
Shocked by the directness of the reply
Singularly fortunate youth
Smartly dressed woman
Socially acceptable qualities
Socially adaptive behaviour
Socially distinct societies
The fairest things have the fleetest end
The heart is not a clock, it will not wind
The warmth of the air wrapped around
The wind moaned through the trees



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