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Despite its fierce foundation, the Vikings' Meadow has blossomed bounteously, and today we cherish Wicklow as the Garden of Ireland.
What El Inca lacks in anthropological depth, it compensates for bounteously in human breadth.
It is not one of golf's unanimous convictions that Europe's management team for the Ryder Cup at The Belfry next year are bounteously endowed with intelligence, subtlety and tact.
The story, it seems, is never that life is improving, little by little, for most Nicaraguans, but that for a few, it's improving quickly and bounteously.
When the Comtesse meets her arch-rival, the bounteously endowed Madame De Plonge, she says: "What brings you to this end of the palace, fully clothed?
Having been introduced around, offered a dozen smiles, handshakes, and hugs, we were shown the way to a gluttonously over-stuffed refrigerator and a bounteously laden kitchen table and told to have a second helping, to be certain we had something for the ride back over the bridge tonight or for the ride back into Brooklyn tomorrow morning.
No complaints about any of that, especially since our heroine is played by the bounteously beautiful Catherine McCormack (William Wallace's doomed wife in ``Braveheart'') and her true love by the equally pretty Rufus Sewell (``Carrington,'' ``Cold Comfort Farm'').