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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The whole thing sounds like a lot of fuss over puffed-up marketing, a commodity in plentiful supply in bike advertising.
A feared predatorThe red wolf population, once plentiful throughout the Southeastern United States, declined rapidly through the early 1900s.
Cash will be so plentiful that the company will even buy back some of its shares, a common price-supporting practice that Netflix hasn’t done since 2011.
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Personally, reading “The Duke and I” puts me into the fantasy of a Regency where dukes are young and plentiful, numbering more than the 28 that actually existed.
Rain is abundant, food is plentiful and there are no carnivores large enough to pose a threat.
What Abrams’ vision for the South teaches us is that, to be biblical about it, “the harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.”
Early on, in March, the old and plentiful drug did make the list of possible covid-19 treatments.
Materials that use waste and plentiful resources can help tackle big challenges, Fernandez says.
Spinach is plentiful, cheap, easy to grow, and rich in iron and nitrogen.
Although difficult to observe, the particles are plentiful, Borexino confirmed.

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