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  • r  in a bountiful manner

  • That is one reason why, throughout most of the energy-dazed 1970s, Japan has held inflation relatively low and employment high, a record that is the envy of more bountifully .
  • And they are hit daily by a mostly invisible enemy, bountifully armed with improvised explosive devices (IEDS), rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and automatic weapons.
  • But he opened it again to II Corinthians and read from Chapter 9: "He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.
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  • Buckley: Classic Cup battle tough for Bruins to swallow
    CHICAGO — The National Hockey League is forever and bountifully praised for its ability to turn its annual Stanley Cup tournament into a brand of tense, heart-stopping competition that at times barely resembles the regular season. The NHL marketing people don’t even need a gimmick. They need only to make the ice, open the doors, and send two teams into the fray. Let the drama unfold.
    June 13, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Buckley: Classic Cup battle tough for B’s to swallow
    CHICAGO — The National Hockey League is forever and bountifully praised for its ability to turn its annual Stanley Cup tournament into a brand of tense, heart-stopping competition that at times barely resembles the regular season. The NHL marketing people don’t even need a gimmick. They need only to make the ice, open the doors, and send two teams into the fray. Let the drama unfold.
    June 13, 2013 - Boston Herald
Quotes

  • Jimmy Raye in San Jose Mercury News
    He's got fresh legs, so he looks bountifully good,Raye said.
  • the Apostle Paul in Daily Sun
    Apostle Paul, by the Spirit of the Lord, spoke in the same vein in 11 Corinthians 9: 6 &7, "But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap bountifully. Every man according as he purposeth...
  • Bill Buford in Washington Post
    In the 2006 bestseller "Heat," which takes readers inside the kitchen of Mario Batali's Babbo in New York, author Bill Buford writes that the family meal is "bountifully served around four in the afternoon"; he offers a recipe for linguine and...

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