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The solutions and drawings you submitted were endlessly creative, replete with zig, zags and symmetries.
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The history of medicine is replete with innovations that took years, sometimes decades, to work their way into the mainstream.
The period included nearly 500 fundraising emails replete with baseless, incorrect and misleading claims.
The inaugural result is “Signature Vinyl,” a Gardiner-conceived, 80-minute concert replete with joy while not neglecting the intense concerns of the present – pandemic and racial reckoning.
It may be that to some minds the ball room may be replete with temptations; but there are minds which find temptations everywhere.
It was a process replete with surprises, with revelations, with new understanding of nature itself as seen through the alien eyes.
No stanza of the poem is more replete than this with a vein of painfully sarcastic drollery.
What period of the world's history is more replete with great events affecting the welfare of the human race?
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Their narratives are replete with errors and contain much romance.
The Old Testament is replete with examples that indicate how much God prizes charity.

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