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Bountiful,

city (1990 pop. 36,659), Davis co., N central Utah; inc. 1892. It is a residential suburb N of Salt Lake City with some farming and floral nurseries; machinery and motor vehicles are produced. Bountiful was settled by Mormons in 1847.
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Plans are now in place but to convince a sceptical public that an integrated hub for a capital city is certain, the City Council has to admit the bus station should have been completed in advance, that definite plans have now been approved and funded and that the three years of public inconvenience will be bountifully rewarded.
That's what bountifully endowed Jayne Mansfield said when she married superbly pumped-up muscleman Mickey Hargitay in 1958.
The book is engagingly written (each chapter opens with a vignette from her life or fieldwork), carefully edited, and bountifully illustrated, with nearly fifty images, principally monochrome photographs, mostly taken by the author herself.
Under the direction of Mario Rivera (1972-1975) the first five bountifully printed issues were published.
In addition to the bountifully annotated letters, this volume of the collected correspondence includes a richly detailed biographical sketch of Elizabeth Clementine Kinney, the American poet and journalist who became close to the Brownings for several years in Florence, where in 1854 the Kinneys frequently took the Brownings out for evening carriage drives and with them pursued a plan--aborted at the last minute--to see paintings in a nearby monastery that prohibited female visitors by disguising the women (including Harriet Hosmer) as male art students (360-61; see also BC 20:296-97).
Exploring Milton's reception in the visual arts, Wendy Furman-Adams's bountifully illustrated essay analyzes the portrayal of space and place in Milton's Paradise, as rendered by three artists whose work stretches from early industrial England to Mussolini's Italy: John Martin (1789-1854), Mary Elizabeth Groom (1903-58), and Carlotta Petrina (1901-97).
This is because, as a note citing Leo the Great explains, Pentecost "was not so much the beginning of a gift as it was the completion of one already bountifully possessed: because the patriarchs, the prophets, the priests, and all the holy men who preceded them were already quickened by the life of the same Spirit, .
In other words, those who invest bountifully in education will certainly achieve plentiful socioeconomic progress, while those who invest scantily in education will reap scanty socioeconomic rewards.
While Walder firmly establishes that the dynamics of nostalgia are "especially significant for--although not exclusive to people whose experiences derive from the massive uprootings generated by colonialism and its aftermaths" (163), a point that the study as a whole makes bountifully clear, the indisputable scholarly value of Postcolonial Nostalgias: Writing, Representation, and Memory must surely rest on its author's wide knowledge of contemporary literature, expert command of history, impressive handling of theory, and delightfully readable prose.
The philosophy behind this extensive program of artificial propagation, relocation and stocking was clearly articulated by Hedderly in the Fish and Came Commission's 27th Biennial report in which Hedderly wrote, "Favored none too bountifully by Nature in the way of natural waters, the very scarcity of streams and lakes has brought by artificial means its own remedy.
Many children come from tough backgrounds themselves, but this never stops them giving bountifully," she said.
From 1959 to 1969, IFES student work grew bountifully.