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For most of the attested coinages, the number of actual occurrences ranges between 1 and 10, but vasty, fairyland, plumpy, poetaster, might-have-been, and serendipity are used much more frequently.
But Loch Ness is 23 miles long and more than 1,000 feet deep in parts, Glendower's vasty deep then with plenty of room for Nessie to hide.
Ban Ki-moon, Progress Report of the Secretary-General on Peacebuilding in the Immediate Aftermath of Conflict (New York: United Nations, 2010); UN, A New Partnership Agenda: Charting a New Horizon for UN Peacekeeping (New York: UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations and Department of Field Support, July 2009); Eric Morris, Conjuring Spirits from the Vasty Deep: A User's Guide to Proposals for Strengthening UN Civilian Capacity in Peace Operations (Stanford: Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, May 2010); Solli et al.
In Henry V, Shakespeare invokes "a muse of fire" in the opening lines to make "this little wooden 'O' [the Globe Theatre] encompass the vasty (battle)fields of France.
Secretary Geithner's first principle sounds much like Glendower's boast to Hotspur in William Shakespeare's Henry IV that he "can call spirits from the vasty deep.
In Shakespeare's Henry IV, Owen Glendower, a mystical Welshman, announces, "I can call spirits from the vasty deep," to which Hotspur, a practical Englishman, replies, "Why, so can I, or so can any man; But will they come when you do call for them?
My brave assault on Maryland-this knight-errantry of Innocence and Art--sure, I see now 'twas an edifice raised not e'en on sand but on the black and vasty zephyrs of the Pit.
Benkenstein is the vasty experienced, highly decorated Zimbabwean-born former South African international, who does not do anything on a cricket pitch without weighing it up first.
IN HENRY IV, PART 1, the mystical and fiery Welshman Owen Glen-dower boasts that "I can call spirits from the vasty deep.
Thus, in answer to the Chorus's question "Can this cock-pit hold / The vasty fields of France?
It seems that there are vasty different effects of SCHIP on health insurance coverage and physician visits across age groups.
Alert to the inability of the 'unworthy scaffold' of the stage to convey 'the vasty fields of France', the Prologue suggests a collaboration between production and audience: