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Plenty

Bay of. a large bay of the Pacific on the NE coast of the North Island, New Zealand
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for the expression is not correct) the lapse of twelve hours, which forms a day upon the earth, closed with a plentiful supper carefully prepared.
Out of the plentiful spawn of life she flung from her prolific hand she selected only the best.
He wanted new straw to stuff himself with, so he went to the Munchkin Country, where straw is plentiful.
This was one of the greatest things which ever happened for literature, for books then became much more plentiful and were not nearly so dear as they had been, and so many more people could afford to buy them.
Snubs and Romans are plentiful enough, and there are flats of all sorts and sizes when there's a meeting at Exeter Hall; but perfect aquilines, I am sorry to say, are scarce, and we generally use them for uniforms or public characters.
When the guard (who was a stout old Yorkshireman) had blown himself quite out of breath, he put the horn into a little tunnel of a basket fastened to the coach-side for the purpose, and giving himself a plentiful shower of blows on the chest and shoulders, observed it was uncommon cold; after which, he demanded of every person separately whether he was going right through, and if not, where he WAS going.
Enemies are plentiful, the settings are bold, and as ever the gameplay looks to be on point.
Specific objectives were to a) document and compare home landscape irrigation users' perceived importance of clean and plentiful water for various purposes (e.
Spreads for Asian fuel oil were close to a 2016 low for a second day on Tuesday as plentiful fuel oil stocks outweighed dwindling crude oil supplies and stronger crude prices.
In the Bronze Age, when Britain was mainly forest, wood was plentiful and was the main energy fuel as well as being a major building material.
1 : to be plentiful : teem <Salmon abound in the river.
Ours was a home where extra plates were plentiful, and folding chairs awaited unexpected dinner guests.