lots of

lots of

A large number or amount of people or things. There are still lots of issues plaguing the operating system that we need to figure out before it's released next month. We were expecting lots of people to come to our performance, but only a few showed up.
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lots of people or things Go to a lot of someone or something

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I think I was pretty useful, for you see I was the only chap there who knew even a bit about engineering or practical surveying, and I'd sit up all night lots of times working the thing out.
White's did--that is, I ate hers, you know, lots of it.
I ain't ever going to get shut of them -- lots of times I dream about them.
Yes, I made various acquaintances in the hamlet and a thing that gratified me a good deal was to find our new coins in circulation -- lots of milrays, lots of mills, lots of cents, a good many nickels, and some silver; all this among the artisans and commonalty generally; yes, and even some gold -- but that was at the bank, that is to say, the goldsmith's.
13 (thirteen) lots of assignment, as specified below Lot 1 - At Padua Center;Lot 2 - Padua Centre B;Lot 3 - South Piovego A;Lot 4 - South Piovego B;Lot 5 - Door-New Citadel;Lot 6 - Northern Piovego - Biomedicine;Lot 7 - Hospitals - North Piovego;Lot 8 - Legnaro;Lot 9 - Vicenza;Lot 10 - Asiago;Lot 11 - Chioggia;Lot 12 - The Farm;Lot 13 - San Vito di Cadore.
New lots of fillers, pigments, and other additives can behave differently, depending on moisture content, particle size (and distribution of particle size), and ash content.
In the first stage of development, 36 lake front lots of about a half-hectare will be on the market in early to mid-July with about 20 to 26 lots to be added by this fall.