Extraordinarily [adverb]

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This explains why his successes in life do not match up with his brilliant aptitudes and with his extraordinary scientific and technical knowledge.

Critics, however, blasted the decision, saying it was an extraordinary departure from county policy.

We gave the keys to him early’The quarterbacks of this class are part of a trend, but they are extraordinary within it.

By looking beyond the categories and approaching people as people, each of us can make an extraordinary difference in the lives of others.

Educators Teachers, professors or administrators who have done extraordinary work during this unprecedented time to inspire students to keep going.

The Postal Service is under overlapping court orders to devote “extraordinary measures” to move election mail.

To prepare for transporting this one plant to the park, San Francisco took the extraordinary step of shutting down the MacArthur Tunnel, one of its busiest arteries.

You’re planning something extraordinary, and you’re definitely not going to be inexperienced for long.

This is especially true when it comes to the search for extraterrestrial life—after all, extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

There’s an extraordinary juxtaposition with creating sustainable business models and keeping up with the constant innovation of social media and technology platforms.