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an enormous number of persons gathered together

a very large number of things grouped together

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The Multitude across from you someone is thinking one of that number of human thoughts so large all you can see are the zeroes of multitude on the face
Advantech s TPC range is acclaimed for its multitude of IO ports and expandability and the TPC-1582H is no exception since it has two USB 3.
It was a sobering thought at such an exciting time but in my mind's eye I saw that equal number of young men in air force blue "bobbing" across the Tyne Bridge and was doubly moved by the sight of that vast multitude.
In fact, however, the mixed multitude consisted entirely of one people all the members of which spoke one language, namely, all the sorcerers of Egypt and all its magicians, as it is written Then Pharaoh, for his part, summoned the wise men and the sorcerers; and the Egyptian magicians, in turn, did the same with their spells (Ex.
When a member of the religious multitude marries a rich young Prince we consider her to be royalty.
Since the inception of the feature in 1984, and although our demographers have rounded off their numbers to the nearest thousand, they have never employed the terms "multitudes," "great multitudes," or "multitude which no man could number.
A MULTITUDE of books of slightly older vintage that might suit someone's Christmas stocking are still on sale in the Racing Post bookshop.
Because the multitude of blips force ideologies to crumble and societies to "demassify," Toffler argues that consensus politics will shatter in an onslaught of minority demands, Decisions that can be decentralized well be, and power will devolve out of the hands of traditional politicians, who cannot possibly remain informed on the multitude of social endeavors.
Amid a multitude of new rose cider and fruit mixes that have been launched in recent weeks, Westons Cider has launched its own contender, a sparkling rose cider with raspberry juice and a bottle-fermented cider for connoisseurs.
The Series 900 is engineered for a multitude of applications, including special fluoropolymer applications.
She is professor of art history at Vienna university and an expert on Mughal architecture, so she has been able to set the Taj in a multitude of contexts--among others, historical, topographical, cultural, technological and stylistic.
It has been said that the true value of an organization is reflected in the multitude of the small things that each individual does or does not allow to be done.
My concerns, however, are arising from the very strong chemical compositions of these products, and I question whether or not there are any side effects in using a multitude of these products on a long-term basis.
Neighborhood parks became places for a multitude of uses satisfying the needs of a multitude of users.
Political action aimed at transformation and liberation today can only be conducted on the basis of the multitude.