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auto industry in the 1960s would have received if someone had envisioned the quality and plethora of automotive choices available worldwide today.
Asked about the various Web site domains registered, he said that "it is not at all uncommon for individuals to register a plethora of different domain names for websites" and "there is no reason to believe that the church has exclusive use of the term (Anglican).
It is not difficult to End a plethora of reviews and literary criticism of the works of Ernest J.
As we reported in our June 2003 feature, Internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) promises a plethora of new online addresses for formerly "homeless" non-English speakers, and Asia is leading the way in its development.
CORRECTION: Unmentioned in the above piece is that Sarandon and veteran communist Pete Seeger are advisory board members of the Rosenberg Fund--which boasts a plethora of other radicals, Marxists, and Reds, including convicted murderer Leonard Peltier and longtime Communist Party leader Dorothy Healey.
Carol Conway, president, California Software, said, "Version 8 of Unibol 36 provides a plethora of new features not previously available on the Unibol 36 product line.
Worried about the plethora of chemical additives in so-called "health" snack bars?
The need is especially urgent for polyolefins, examples are polyethylene and polypropylene that dominate the commercial market, where advances in catalysis have led to a plethora of new molecular variations.
com The Bloomberg Web site offers a plethora of financial tools and market news.
also offers a plethora of literature for safety managers, such as Ergonomics Desk Reference ($189), Forklift Safety ($199), Job Safety Analyzer ($399), and Workplace Safety Program Developer--all of which may be ordered online at www.
On the Internet, it would seem that nostalgia is very much a thing of the future, with a plethora of sites harking back to the good old days before there was a plethora of sites harking back to the good old days.
The plethora of numbers provides plenty more clues about the past, present and future of the region's leaders and laggards, while the Telef[acute{o}]nica profile offers a glimpse of tomorrow by tracking the trailblazing Spanish communications concern across Latin America.
AVIGNON, France--Despite the harsh mistral that whipped through Avignon in February, leaving the medieval papal city in a brutal winter chill, the Hivernales dance festival (February 13 to 20) kept the city's blood pumping with a plethora of workshops and premieres all celebrating the art of "Singing and Dancing
As soon as Ellen comes out, the word "plethora" will be put on restricted use: The sentences, "There was a plethora of canned corn on sale," and, "A plethora of my buddies were there," are outlawed.
There was something ominous about this claustrophobic stage set: the plethora of bunnies, symbols of fecundity, brought to mind the notorious case of Diane Downs, who despite having shot her own children soon became pregnant again - a creepy coincidence of death and germination.