bounteous


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Ramadan, the Season of bounteous rewards comes with many rites and ibaadats, devotion in nawaafil of religious obligations.
In turn, Brigadier Nasr gave a word thanking Japan for its bounteous contributions in Lebanon, hoping that Japan's long standing support for the country will continue until the South is totally mine-free in 2020 -- a set date on which South Lebanon should be declared free of cluster bombs.
Very rich and complex with the old barrels adding seasoning to the bounteous fruit.
Space exploration, a spirit of scientific enquiry, hunger for innovation and the pursuit of breakthroughs for a common global good are what mark societies that emerge as leaders and the sooner these requisites are integrated into the national consciousness, particularly for the upcoming generations, the more bounteous the knowledge harvest for the country.
Mazhar-ul-Haq Siddiqui insisted that the university was like a generous bounteous mother to university faculty and deserved to be treated and served as such.
The nameless flowers were flushed with bright golden colors with bounteous green at the edges.
Summer picnics in the park call for a bounteous cheese board.
The bounteous heritage provides a strong source of inspiration for art, music and literature.
Offering nothing but sordid gain When today, all those years later We stand and stare at you in the rain; Stan, our sweet smile of childhood Taking us far beyond mortal sorrow Laughter, our bounteous force for good And you, still there tomorrow.
The sun has been replaced by the harsh raw winds in the morning, all that was bounteous is now barren.
"Bear Sees Colors" is a charming preschool color naming story in verse, with bounteous rainbow fabulous fun illustrations of Bear and his visions of each color.
Mae'r elfen gyntaf 'cors' yn ddigon amlwg, ac ystyr 'cedol' ydi hael (bounteous, generous), felly mae'n bosib ei fod yn cyfeirio at hanes y Neuadd fel rhywle oedd yn noddi beirdd a diwylliant.
Chris Hadfield, perhaps the first out-of-this-world rock star, wastes no time before waxing poetic in his book about the bounteous beauty of space and our planet.
Iowa Review, and others, and his recent collection is The Bounteous World (Broadstone Books).
May the Almighty shower his bounteous blessings on all the people of the world on this festive occasion," he added.