The history of the states of Greece, and of other countries, abounds with
such instances, and it is not improbable that what has so often happened would, under similar circumstances, happen again.
The water is very shallow, but abounds with
trout, and other small fish.
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CHARLESTON, on the coast of South Carolina, USA, abounds with
The book abounds with
useless advice, like how to get into the Encyclopedia, with the two best routes being to go to the Arctic and discover something or becoming a mistress to royalty, but it is all amusing.
Dogville abounds with
references to art from the interwar years--even aside from the character of Tom, von Trier's parody of a Depression-era writer obsessed with "illustrating" profound moral truths about Man.
Sunday, July 27, 2003 - (9:00am - 9:00pm) - "A Day of Remembrances and Thanks" - The fun abounds with
food, rides and entertainment building to a crescendo as the 77-Hour radio address reaches its conclusion.
Human caring abounds with
tall tales that lead the barflies to throw their glasses into the fireplace as a tribute to the acceptance of this bizarre blend of aliens, humans, time travelers, and even a talking dog.
95) by Scott Simon, host of National Public Radio's "Weekend Edition," abounds with
vivid, famous and fascinating characters, from Ernie Banks to Michael Jordan.