Massive is an adjective related to mass.

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... "Massive Wonders" is a maxi single by Nana Mizuki first released on August 22, 2007 by King Records bearing the catalog number KICM-1211 ... Its A-side "Massive Wonders" is featured as the second opening theme in the anime television series Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS and is used from ...
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Famous quotes containing the word massive:

    Our capacity to retaliate must be, and is, massive in order to deter all forms of aggression.
    John Foster Dulles (1888–1959)

    A woman can get marries and her life does change. And a man can get married and his life changes. But nothing changes life as dramatically as having a child. . . . In this country, it is a particular experience, a rite of passage, if you will, that is unsupported for the most part, and rather ignored. Somebody will send you a couple of presents for the baby, but people do not acknowledge the massive experience to the parents involved.
    Dana Raphael (20th century)

    Those who have been immersed in the tragedy of massive death during wartime, and who have faced it squarely, never allowing their senses and feelings to become numbed and indifferent, have emerged from their experiences with growth and humanness greater than that achieved through almost any other means.
    Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (b. 1926)