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So possessed is she with thrift that she ekes out an existence full of strife, bitterness, and resentment at not being more bountifully endowed.
How and why can people be hungry in a land so bountifully plentiful?
The genus Ruta (family Rutaceae) was bountifully used in the most ancient systematic records of medical practice of the Mediterranean world.
8220;In business networking, winning isn't about 'dying with the most toys'; It's about living bountifully with the biggest focused network,” says Clarity Advantage President Nick Miller.
Man is limited in his satisfaction of his natural needs until he creates a means of exchange by which he can acquire without limit and in that process man produces bountifully.
Illustrations of thin-trunked, bountifully flowering trees are a common theme in the traditions of Japan, China, as well as Persian miniatures.
Meanwhile he nodded, listening as if he understood-despite the difference of the pronunciation in the colloquial language-thanks to some resource that tenderness bountifully bestowed on his sympathetic emotion and mercy.
Back in the late 1980s when I had hair that sprouted bountifully, while not beating a hasty retreat from my forehead only to take refuge in my ears and nose, I like to think I was the very arbiter of great musical taste.
Yeats's poetry as a whole repeatedly returns to island settings and images, but nowhere is this central symbol more bountifully employed than in his earliest verses.
5) performance, his bass-baritone resonated bountifully with all that Quixotian nobility of spirit.
Yes, I thank God as he has blessed me so bountifully, and I'm certain Aunt Eula can hear me as she tends her heavenly garden.