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  1. quite, quite a, quite anadverb

    of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)

    "her victory was quite something"; "she's quite a girl"; "quite a film"; "quite a walk"; "we've had quite an afternoon"

    Synonyms:
    quite, rather, quite an

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  1. Christine Brennan:

    We know that there's quite a history to it. Think of John McEnroe, think of Ilie Nastase, Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi. These men all berated chair umpires, famously so. Commercials have been made. John McEnroe has done,' you can't be serious' and all the other tirades, top of John McEnroe lungs over the years and none of them received a game penalty, would he( umpire) have done that with a man ? History has said, no. He would not have done that with a man.

  2. Ashton Eaton:

    It is no secret that she has been getting second quite a bit, and with me around, it is tough for her, and she struggles to overcome those things. Today she did it.

  3. Eduardo Vilaro:

    But meanwhile, the arts are what's keeping the human connection alive in social media, it's remarkable. It's quite a conundrum.

  4. Thieme Bosman:

    There are quite a lot of tourists already here and it does kind of take away the experience of being in a completely abandoned town, so I think if more and more tourists come here that will ruin the experience.

  5. Jim Rizzuto:

    He has quite a bit of experience in big game fishing, but this was the first time that he has been the guy on the rod and reel for a blue marlin.

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