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Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Emmay Entertainment, Cape Of Good Films (the company owned by Kumar) and Abundantia Entertainment, Airlift has the makings of a war epic -- a genre that has been rarely tapped in Bollywood.
A 'cornucopia' (from the Latin cornu copiae) is a symbol of plenty and abundance originating in classical antiquity and associated with the Roman goddess Abundantia.
E cosi vinendo appresso il padre questa come alta donna in abundantia molta conobbe non haver il padre in testa (1) giungerla al nodo dove era disciolta; parendo allei cosa dishonesta domandarli marito un'altra volta, eleger delibero uno amatore e farlo occultamente suo signore.
Abundantia verborum: a computer tool for carrying out corpus-based linguistic case studies.
All data were electronically annotated in Abundantia Verborum, a computer tool designed by Speelman for carrying out corpus-based linguistic case studies (see Speelman 1997).
L'origine dell'insomnium, che e da riconoscere in una perturbazione del corpo ("si temeto ingurgitatus aut distentus cibo vel abundantia .
86)Steuco, 1547, 211: "Ubi est abundantia, est observantia rerum sacrarum, cum pietas, religio, ritusque sacri cum pompa sacra peraguntur, quae populus cernens veneretur, admiretur.
The examples are taken from the corpora available in Abundantia Verborum and from the online corpora of the Dutch Institute for Lexicology: they are marked (Ab) and (Inl), respectively.
For each of the 58 adjectives the following query has been posed in the Abundantia program (Speelman 1997): "adjective AND preposition.
Adjectives of which there are less than ten instantiations of the adjective and prepositional object patterns across the Abundantia and Inl corpora have been left out of the analysis.
Adjectives of which there are fewer than ten instantiations of the adjective and pronominal adverb patterns across the Abundantia and Inl corpora have been left out of the analysis.