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The finished dish, bountiful with vegetables and fresh, fragrant herbs, spooned onto plates with the homey biscuits served on top or alongside, makes for a meal that’s so alluring and satisfying, it’s easy to forget its humble beginnings.
It’s possible, though, that bountiful habitats along southern Africa’s coastline fostered an especially broad range of cultural innovations, he suggests.
He began his career just as Antarctica was identified as a bountiful new source of micrometeorites.
Still today, food remains suspiciously scarce for many Nigerians, despite the country’s bountiful natural resources.
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This, too, could be temporary, the report said, especially if the 2021 harvest is bountiful.
However, the bountiful chemicals available on Titan has raised speculation that lifeforms—potentially with fundamentally different chemistry to terrestrial organisms—could exist there.
This brings to my Memory (what I cannot help smiling at) the bountiful Banter, you at this time endeavoured to put upon me.
In New York he was much impressed with the "elegant country seats," with the bountiful hospitality, and the lavish way of living.
In the valleys the land is a deep alluvial loam, easily worked, producing bountiful crops of the finest leaf tobacco.
The crop is usually bountiful, notwithstanding the heat of the summer and the absence of moisture in the soil.

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