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producing in abundance

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Next MacAdams introduces me to a present-day Warwick artist, Gar Wang, who designed the felt vegetable hat MacAdams dons when he performs BountifuL. Wang is preparing to go on vacation with her husband, hut graciously welcomes us into her studio overlooking a pond to show us her felt creations.
Those supporting the Bountiful boys talk about having freedom from the constraints of marriage that is steeped in patriarchal privilege from a historical perspective.
This reluctance to co-operate with lawful authorities has been identified as a tacit policy known among the FLDS faithful as "keep sweet," meaning "keep quiet about the practices of the group and do not co-operate with the evil outside world." (For a detailed account of life within a polygamous family in Bountiful, read Keep Sweet: Children of Polygamy (Dave's Press:2004), which tells the story of Debbie Palmer, a former polygamous spouse who left Bountiful many years ago with a few of her children.
Most of what the Canadian public knows about plural marriage--globally and in Bountiful, specifically--emanates from stories cast by the media, government officials, popular non-fiction literature, and scholars who have relied primarily on secondary accounts of life as a polygamous wife.
Senator Hatch said his office has long helped the Bountiful event secure visas and in 2007 he sponsored a bill to allow artists to obtain visas more quickly.
Since 1990, Bountiful has tripled in size to 1,200 or more people.
With hunting pressure low, acorns in abundance and perfect habitat, could the influx of the coyotes have driven the once bountiful deer population to parts unknown or even culled the deer herd?
Humans have learned to preserve nature's seasonal bounty for times when it is not so bountiful. The abundant milk in the summer becomes cheese for the winter and similarly fresh grapes that last only days become wine for future enjoyment.
Vegetarian soups for all seasons; bountiful vegan soups and stews for every time of year.
Mum-in-law plays Lady Bountiful to his three but rarely buys my children a treat.
Adjacent to the block-through playground of the Asher Levy School, ensuring bountiful light and air, the property includes architectural plans for an eight-story condominium.
To aid you on your journey, Beatty has conveniently divided the anthology's bountiful fare into three sections: "Pissed Off to the Highest Degree of Pissitivity," "Nothin' Serious (Just Buggin')," and "Black Absurdity?' The reader gets to choose the level of funny.
Each year, Central Park in New York City attracts more than 200 species of birds, some in permanent residence, some stopping in the bountiful 843-acre landscape as they migrate up and down the East Coast.
The new practices may offer bountiful harvests in the short term, but they ultimately degrade the soil and are expensive to perpetuate.
He ministers to a church located in an upscale area of Shanghai (where foreign consulates and quarters are located and trees, all but lost in the downtown core, are still bountiful) and says among the petitions he hears are from locals who are lonely and want to fill a spiritual yearning.