sources the finest products from a variety of countries and perfumery experts in Spain, Italy, France, the UK, the US and the UAE.
The advertising campaign also featured subway ads that looked quite similar to the plethora
of reality television show advertisements that line the New York City Subway, and twitter (https://twitter.com/RonPickles) accounts from the fictional reality stars from the fake television shows advertised.
As a result, a plethora
of CAM and CAE authoring formats exist, along with the plethora
of CAD formats, which brings effective communications to a crawl in multi-partner collaborative projects.
As chairman of the ABM Agri-Council, I have witnessed a plethora
of forward-thinking ideas put in motion by our members during the past year.
While you are reading this letter I might as well tell you that it's too bad that your magazine has got a plethora
of highly inappropriate language.
In addition, there is a plethora
of information about foster care on the NFPA's site.
The staff at Amy's Kitchen has been pretty busy lately, and their efforts have yielded a plethora
of delicious new products that you should look for at your local grocery or natural foods store.
of women, children, and suspicious characters abounds; there are so many, it is hard to keep them all sorted out.
Both are derived from what are known as beans, and both are traditionally grown in the shady understory of tropical rainforests, sharing their homes with a plethora
of wildlife, from howler monkeys to parrots.
Eventually, he notes, it may be possible to create an "electronic nose" by arraying a plethora
of DNA-tailored carbon nanotubes on a microchip--an approximation of sensory cells in an animal's nose.--A.C.
If anyone wanted to explore the intricate differences between the male and female psyches, the plethora
of articles we received on nurturing the female body and the single piece, by request, on male sexual health speak volumes about feminine and masculine priorities.
Since humans are exposed to a plethora
of primate lentiviruses through blood or body fluids during hunting, butchering, eating bushmeat, and keeping primates as pets (3), the potential exists for zoonotic transmission of diverse primate lentiviruses in many parts of sub-Saharan Africa, including the Congo River basin (4).