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multitude

muhl tuh toohd

  • n  a large indefinite number
    a multitude of TV antennas
  • n  a large gathering of people
  • n  the common people generally

  • Fashion tends to involve a good dose of smoke and mirrors, so it should come as no surprise that Gabrielle Chanel's version of her life involved a multitude of lies, inventions .
  • But he has been the main brains behind Google's innovative and aggressive push to reach deals with a multitude of partners and make big money through advertising.
  • Nintendo grew to become one of the major players in the gaming industry primarily because of a multitude of designs born in the mind of Miyamoto-san.
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  • Henry Paulson in International Herald Tribune
    Through a multitude of powerful actions we have and will demonstrate our commitment to unlocking our credit markets and minimizing the impact of the current instability on the rest of the US economy,Paulson said.
  • Jonathan Vaughters in Cyclingnews.com
    We will focus on the multitude of talented riders we have on this team. We'll be looking for stage wins and ways to animate the race. I'm proud of the ride our team did today,he added. "We've lost Christian, and we're all sad about that....

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