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Bay of. a large bay of the Pacific on the NE coast of the North Island, New Zealand
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In what was probably initially a sermon based on Psalm 130:7 ("Let Israel hope in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption") and then became a brief treatise, he focused on hope.
The lake's hinterlands are equally plenteous, with vineyards and farms dotting the surrounding hillsides.
Dear Vale when Spring thy charms unfold How pleasing tis to view Thy flowery meads and blooming groves Thy mountains['] vernal hue Or when triumphant Summer comes How sweet it is to stray And hear thy happy nymphs and swains To labour tune their lay Or when ripe Autumn's tawny vest Adorns each field and grove How charming mid thy plenteous stores With thankful heart to rove.
they are there for eternity, and for them purified spouses and we shall admit them into plenteous shade" (An-Nisa, 57).
While there are countries prospering by means of plenteous natural resources, some of these countries experience little or no economic development.
Packers fans are so passionate about tailgating that on Sundays, the streets are quiet and the tailgating is plenteous.
The EU (IMP and PMI) is perplexed, puffing through plenteous packs.
Paul, Minnesota, which would be his Dublin on the prairie, a plenteous down-at-the-heel cosmos of characters waiting to be written about.
The USD 640 million dollars worth investment is situated in Morowali, Central Sulawesi in Indonesia, where the country has the most plenteous nickel reserves and annual output of more than 6 million tonnes.
Spring is strong and virtuous, Broad-sowing, cheerful, plenteous, Quickening underneath the mould Grains beyond the price of gold.
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But one of the founding principles of any religious house was that it had land - and the priory had that - and a plenteous supply of water, which it also had.