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But for her consolation were the matters of food and dress, and of countless junketings.
She hailed the happy thought and invested in countless yards of gauze.
Notwithstanding the opinions of countless flies, it was not an attractive place.
His works, countless in number, are the record of his knowledge.
His "countless myriads of living units" are all well enough in their way.
In addition there were countless magic birds who winged above it and sang.
By countless feminine touches she was making it look like the home she had planned.
The number of his disciples who have attained blessedness is countless.
The volcano's top had been stripped clean by the winds of countless years.
The blow was too weak to hurt this toughened veteran of countless battles.
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