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- s produced or growing in extreme abundance
- In a speech profuse with praise for the organisers, the captain said that his team was delighted to be part of such a great tournament.
- Or was it because her unexpected end gave emotional resonance to the profuse and sometimes conflicting details of her intensely scrutinized life, uncovering omens through tragic .
- After examining the two, Flores discovered both had been bitten on their toes; the clean incisions and the profuse bleeding were telltale signs of a vampire bat attack.
- Stan Smith in The Sun
Smith said: "Green performed like a man possessed. But by what? It explains his profuse sweating and shell-shocked expression during the National Anthems. These chaps from outer space often try to embarrass humans for fun, and Green in his goal...
- Jim Tressel in Kansas City Star
My sense is he was profuse in the apology he extended yesterday [Wednesday] and sees this evening as an opportunity to be talking about the future, about the issues like the economy that will be the central feature of the first part of the... Douglas Alexander http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Alexander&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGNrd56S-eQfnIJ-As45YazVWKQiw Wall Street Journal http://www.google.com/url?q=http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20100429-718075.html%3Fmod%3DWSJ_World_MIDDLEHeadlinesEurope&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGkjG2suyPMeHbQdG7bxZ-wpuF8qA Apr 29, 2010
77897 104925 profuse Given the way Florida has owned us in every sport the last few years," Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said in an imaginary postgame news conference, "I was sweating a bit. Or perhaps I should blame my profuse sweating on my addiction to...