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The Flyers have won four of the six playoff series against their intrastate rivals, including an upset in the wild 2012 series, when the teams combined for 56 goals and a gazillion fights.
For the melon to reassemble itself, many gazillions of atomic particles would have to do the same thing backwards, and the likelihood of that is essentially zero.
This month, Vikander stars as Lara Croft in the reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise (out today), which, if successful, will officially make her that rarest of Hollywood commodities: a great actress who can also sell gazillions of movie tickets.
Well, almost: in the gazillion multilingual Google results for the outburst, the famous phrase in question is mostly (hilariously) not translated.
All seem to manifest our fear of bacteria and viruses, a gazillion times magnified.
As the Warriors’ director of team operations, Housen juggles no fewer than a gazillion jobs.
To get the gazillions of cookies baked, the baker had to start well before Christmas.
But then again, someone's surely set up a #freethetodger fund, so the total could be $76 gazillion by now.
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Origin and Etymology of gazillion
First Known Use: 1977See Words from the same year
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: a very large number
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