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Their second-best player, Ben Simmons, is an athletic marvel, a gazelle-like 6-foot-11 point guard with a preternatural ability to pass the ball.
We used to be taught in school that Moses was the meekest man the world has known: and we used to marvel.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
They told us of their visit to the Great Eastern, what a gigantic ship it was, what a marvel, and described its every feature.
A marvel of manly strength and grace and beauty, thirty years of age or so, and faultlessly dressed.
I sit at home nearly all day, and Rubinstein, who leads rather an excitable life, cannot sufficiently marvel at my industry.
I am thankful and I marvel at the surpassing beneficence of the ever-blessed Trinity, who conferred on thee this privilege.
On the subject of Malassis, I will tell you that I marvel at his courage, at his activity, and his incorrigible gaiety.
Everywhere and at every turn the girls found something of interest, something to marvel at.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
Can we marvel that she shrined her in her heart of hearts as a being more than human—scarcely less than divine?
ALONEMARION HARLAND
The marvel was how the editor had contrived to carry intact that innocence of his through the horrors of his obscene profession.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR

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