The authors identified plenteous
literature on the topic on relations of the general government sector with the economy.
The experimental region was not Irrigated anymore because of the plenteous
rainfall in that year.
Stephen gets the first glimpse of Elfride's hair and Hardy comments on the latest fashion and approves it by saying that, Her plenteous
twines of beautiful hair were looking much as usual, with the exception of a slight modification in their arrangement in deference to the changes to the fashions" (Hardy,1873).
In what was probably initially a sermon based on Psalm 130:7 ("Let Israel hope in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy, and with him is plenteous
redemption") and then became a brief treatise, he focused on hope.
It's as inexpensive as fast food, but plenteous
The lake's hinterlands are equally plenteous
, with vineyards and farms dotting the surrounding hillsides.
Dear Vale when Spring thy charms unfold How pleasing tis to view Thy flowery meads and blooming groves Thy mountains['] vernal hue Or when triumphant Summer comes How sweet it is to stray And hear thy happy nymphs and swains To labour tune their lay Or when ripe Autumn's tawny vest Adorns each field and grove How charming mid thy plenteous
stores With thankful heart to rove.
they are there for eternity, and for them purified spouses and we shall admit them into plenteous
shade" (An-Nisa, 57).
While there are countries prospering by means of plenteous
natural resources, some of these countries experience little or no economic development.
(28) The accompaniment of bands and 'plenteous
refreshment of bread, cheese and ale' serve to offset any thoughts that this was merely a training exercise.
The EU (IMP and PMI) is perplexed, puffing through plenteous
As 'a race', African Americans were, in his estimation, 'slow to anger and plenteous
Adamnan is also allowed to have a glance of the Celestial Jerusalem, which has the attributes of a moral and theological utopia: "This, then, is the manner of that City: A Kingdom without pride, or vanity, or falsehood, or outrage, or deceit, or pretence, or blushing, or shame, or reproach, or insult, or envy, or arrogance, or pestilence, or disease, or poverty, or nakedness, or death, or extinction, or hail, or snow, or wind, or rain, or din, or thunder, or darkness, or cold,-a noble, admirable, ethereal realm, endowed with the wisdom, and radiance, and fragrance of a plenteous
land, wherein is the enjoyment of every excellence".
The title of this particular section provides a valuable hint on how to read this poetry; it is borrowed from Psalm 130, which begins with the despairing line that Rossetti uses here but ends with hope for "plenteous
Decision makers attentive to curriculum remain vigilant in analyzing data to know which careers and skills are plenteous
and which are scarce.