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They start talking about stuff like quantum energy fields, or about profusion of blood in Spect images.
These seemed to be emerging in bewildering profusion from experiments at ever-higher energies.
Nature’s heterogeneity therefore carves out spaces for a profusion of organisms.
Suffice it to say, solutions to the profusion of cheap plastic and plastic waste are available.
A famous image of inventor Nikola Tesla shows him casually sitting on a chair, legs crossed, taking notes—oblivious to the profusion of artificial lightning rending the air meters away.
The garden at the rear was bright with a profusion of spring flowers and sheltered with ornamental trees and vines.
They found it not composed entirely of ashes and tin cans, either, although both of these were there in great profusion.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
Cards of invitation from the most distinguished personages rained down upon the fortunate veteran in profusion.
Great tropical trees grew in wild profusion, while gorgeous vegetation abounded.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
The malecontents at the coffeehouses of London murmured at this profusion, and accused William of ostentation.

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