38 examples of Abounds in a sentence
As with many other recent commercial Hindi films, the film
with the incongruous insertion of songs, which probably contributed to the film's success more than anything else.
Frantic, somewhat mean spirited, infantile humor
in this city boy turned wannabe farmer tale.
It's obvious while suspicion
most of the world wouldn't know a spy or a subversive if it jumped up and bit them.
A cliche abounds: she's sort of avenging her father's death, in a different way than vigilante-style.
in throwaway lines that have no relation to anything else ("I haven't seen anything like this since the Bay of Pigs"), scraps of ridiculous dialogue (the history professor sees Ernest with a possibly valuable artifact: "Where did you get that?"
This operatic action movie
with nods to various directors: Woo, Coppola, Godard, Tarantino, Penn, they're all there.
In addition, it
with shaky camera work--obviously it was shot with cheap equipment.
Ridiculousness abounds, and not in a good/funny way: at one point, for example, a ten-minute monologue takes place entirely by text messaging.
Duplicity abounds, and everyone is wise to it including Helen Westley as Winninger's canny sister whom the mock Russian aristocrat at one point coyly slips a bodice boutonniere.
This is slightly surprising given that the musical director here is the talented Dave Edmunds, whose own solo career
in recreations of mid-60's pop and rock.
No, it's not as good as Clueless or Heathers, but the film
with wickedly funny one liners.
that the panel might recommend outsourcing Doing Business, removing its rankings of countries for the ease of doing business in them, or even eliminating the report altogether.
Confusion abounds; clarity is needed.
Indeed, so-called “second-wave” feminist theory
in assertions that war, racism, love of hierarchy, and general repressiveness belong to “patriarchy”; women’s leadership, by contrast, would naturally create a more inclusive, collaborative world.
in nature, and most of humanity will have lived more than ten millenniums without ever wondering about it.
In the medium term, the world
with tensions and potential crises that US leadership is likely to be indispensable to resolving.
While Greece’s public debt is undeniably high, and evidence
that high debt can hold back economic growth, the country faces even stronger drags on growth, including structural weaknesses and political brinkmanship, that must be addressed first.
The Right Way to Electric CarsNEW YORK – Excitement about electric cars
nowadays, but consider the number of existing gasoline-powered cars: about 850 million.
Government propaganda abounds, too, generated by new media operators like Konstantin Rykov, a 29-year-old Duma deputy and the founder of New Media Stars, the Kremlin’s favorite Internet firm.
Liquidity abounds, but ordinary Germans and environment investment are barely receiving a few drops.
with mentally impaired individuals who have gained vast power as would-be saviors, only to become despots who gravely damage their societies and others.
Beyond the current persecution of Pamuk, unacceptable behavior
in workers with low (or no) skills, laws governing employment make it all but impossible for large firms to fire workers, discouraging them from hiring in the first place.
Birth in a Time of Antibiotic-Resistant BacteriaGENEVA/NEW YORK – King Henry VIII, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, all lost their mothers to infections following childbirth, and literature
with tragic stories of maternal death, from A Christmas Carol to Wuthering Heights, Far From the Madding Crowd, A Farewell to Arms, Revolutionary Road, Lolita, and Harry Potter.
about higher wealth taxes, business taxes, and an increase in value-added tax--precisely the opposite of what Germany's economy needs.
with episodes when strategic ambiguity would have been beneficial.