superabundance


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Over the last decade Liverpool has gone from a lack of hotels to a superabundance, but this should not alone deter the owners.
It is also widely thought that a major cause of feline dental problems can be traced to the modern cat's diet, which tends to stimulate a dangerous superabundance of plaque and tartar.
flows forth from the superabundance of the merits of Christ, rests on his mediation, depends entirely on it, and draws all its power from it" (#60).
STANDING on the defensive indicates insufficient strength; attacking, a superabundance of strength.
And despite the superabundance of info calories served up by search engines, what "1:1" maps is largely an empire of "non-accessible information, undeveloped sites, and cryptic messages intended for someone else.
The kid may need to work on his material, but dad is still doing fine -- even the superabundance of kooky kid quotations is more endearing than annoying.
It would seem a subject threatened by both a superabundance of material to consider and temptations to digressive and amorphous argument.
Americans need a superabundance of cultural aids, rather than none.
In today's marketplace of superabundance, ChoiceStream's RealRelevanceSM platform restores convenience to consumers by delivering personally relevant choices when and where they want them.
The history of the club was once one of passion, a superabundance of skilled players and a continual challenge for the leading trophies.
What went wrong with Liverpool then, given its superabundance of talent and seemingly indomitable character?
She says: "I've not bought much, because I know we're going to have a superabundance from my friend who has a seven-month-old baby, my sister- in-law who has six kids, plus my mum is really excited at her daughter giving birth.
From this (and much more) Green creates a superabundance of interconnected paths of thought that the viewer no sooner enters than he pleasurably loses his way on the byways and detours of this hyperspace.
The name of "seraphim" comes from the Hebrew word for "to burn" and signifies burning love, a superabundance of charity.