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use "immense" in a sentence

It was their calling, but the loss for their families is immense."

But there was not immense confidence that Philae could be revived.

The prime minister warned that the scale of the challenge was “immense.”

There must be immense pressure on you to live up to Prince's reputation?

That could put immense pressure on the economy and government resources.

Because neutrinos interact so weakly, they can travel immense distances.

Mr Huntrods said: “I remember having a sense of immense pride and relief.

These small victories give me confidence and provide immense satisfaction.

The challenges would be immense, not least the problem of water management.

It's an immense challenge for the Wallabies, but the rewards would be great.

' (Submitted by the Lemay family) The job required an immense amount of focus.

The EU is facing immense challenges and requires strong commitment by its leaders.

When Jones opted to buy pills from the Internet, she put herself in immense danger.

We have an immense responsibility, Torrealba said in an interview broadcast online.

The earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth.

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