01. The special effects in that movie were [incredible]; it looked like the dinosaurs were real.
02. It's [incredible] how fast computers have become a normal part of our daily lives.
03. The snow on Mt. Washington is [incredible] this year; just beautiful, deep powder.
04. I'd like to thank Mrs. Greenberg for her [incredible] help on this project.
05. The children were [incredibly] excited when they heard we had won a trip to Disneyland.
06. Her performance in the ballet was [incredible] and had the audience on its feet clapping for 20 minutes at the end of the show.
07. Orangoutans are [incredibly] strong animals.
08. That guy spends an [incredible] amount of time and money on his car.
09. Dr. Paul MacCready once said, "Your grandchildren will likely find it [incredible] - or even sinful - that you burned up a gallon of gasoline to fetch a pack of cigarettes!"
10. Franklin Thomas once said that one day our descendants will think it [incredible] that we paid so much attention to things like the amount of melanin in our skin or the shape of our eyes or our gender instead of the unique identities of each of us as complex human beings.
11. Some species of sharks have an [incredible] sense of smell, allowing them to detect one drop of blood in a million drops of sea water.
12. In the Amazon, it rains almost every day, and trees and plants grow [incredibly] fast.
13. An [incredible] 15% of the population in Lebanon had a family member killed, wounded or kidnapped during the war there.
14. As one of the Four Tigers of East Asia, South Korea has achieved an [incredible] record of economic growth.
15. With its [incredible] wildlife and beautiful landscapes, the African continent has long been a source of endless fascination.

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