plentifulness


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THEREFORE, BLACKNESS IS NOT ONLY A SYMBOL OF WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE WORLD COMMUNITY WHEN OVER HALF OF THE WORLD IS IN POVERTY BUT ALSO A SYMBOL OF THE PLENTIFULNESS OF GOD'S GRACE AND FREEDOM.
The power of life, its plentifulness, is celebrated here by revealing it through its very raw production.
Featuring all six episodes of the series, the new DVD - released tomorrow - includes loads of extras, from interviews with Mitchell and Webb to a detailed look at the making of the series, and a plentifulness (what a lovely word that is) of out-take sketches that didn't make it to TV.
It is therefore no surprise that he opposed government regulation of money: "A plentifulness or a scarcity of money forms no occasion which calls for the interference of government, but that it is a matter, which, if left alone, will regulate itself" (211).
Another heading excluded from the final draft is "sense of connection," which he associated with "interconnection, plentifulness, intricacy (?