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During the Thanksgiving season each year, all of us pause to consider how bountifully we have been blessed and to give thanks for our blessings.
Oil production is now flowing so bountifully in post-war Iraq, America's puppet government has just awarded the contract to its biggest oilfield at Rumaila.
Bamboo--tough, economical and green--is bountifully indigenous across South-East Asia and this project for a children's activity centre inventively exploits its structural and aesthetic properties.
The authentic shopska salad (three leva) is one I always order, crafted with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, sliced rings of onion and bountifully covered with feta cheese and parsley.
She bountifully bounds across the spit-andsawdust floorboards, her sexy bits and bobs rippling in an erotic, hypnotic motion.
48) Our planet, our mother Gaia, which from her awesome beginnings has bountifully and mysteriously sustained the life of incalculable species, has been so violated and exhausted by her most recent offspring that her own survival is now in the hands of that youngest, reckless child.
On the other hand, they did suffer periodically from the depredations wrought by passing armies, especially the German mercenaries hired by both sides in the wars and seldom paid soon enough or bountifully enough to prevent them from laying waste to the countryside in the course of their retreat.
Above all, children yearn for love and validation and given half a chance, are able to give them bountifully in return.
Walking in a winter wonderland" they sang, wearing either crowns announcing the 'return of the king' or Keegan masks bountifully supplied by the Chronicle.
the one who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the one who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.