113 examples of Abundantly in a sentence
On the left-hand side, you see a market in Laos where they have
present all kinds of insects that you choose for dinner for the night.
Love's delight, intimacy, and warmth helps us overcome our fear of the world, escape our lonely shells, and engage more
1.2 trillion dollars of debts for diplomas make it
obvious that higher education is a consumer product you can buy.
And because they're
present in just about every bodily fluid, including blood, urine and saliva, they're extremely attractive for noninvasive liquid biopsies.
She disposes of a repertoire of probably five different facial expressions that she works with
Prehistoric society, adventure, romance, true brotherhood, violence, sex, religion; all depicted abundantly..without a single word uttered!!!
Everything I hate about films is present: fake sentimentality, extreme corniness, bad child actors and more feature
But as much as the opera is now considered a staple in every opera house repertoire, the real story of the wild gypsy lass as created by Prosper Mérimée in 1845 has never been told as well as in this cinematic version by the
gifted Spanish director Vicente Aranda ('Juana la Loca AKA Mad Love','Amantes', 'If they tell you I fell', etc.).
I thought the themes were
clear, and inspiring.
Irony has never been so
Johnny Yune stars in this rather unhumorous yet
silly comedy spoof of Martial Arts films.
In this day and age, it is
clear that politics is more difficult than physics.
But, through a policy of terror extending from Oaxaca in the south, through Acapulco on the Pacific coast, and up to the great border cities of Tijuana and Juarez (Mexico’s sixth and seventh most populous cities, respectively), they have made it
clear that they are trying to achieve impunity.
Trump has made it
clear that his foreign-policy priorities do not include European security.
In any case, the UK’s isolation and vulnerability are now
The North Koreans made it
clear that they understood what can happen to regimes that pick fights with America without having the ultimate weapon.
The US president’s disdain for NATO, and the revelations about his campaign’s contacts with Kremlin-connected Russians prior to the 2016 election, have made it
clear that Europeans can no longer rely exclusively on the United States for their security.
The logic of a summer provocation was
clear in 1914.
Even against this backdrop, it remains
clear that effective international cooperation improves economic outcomes and everyday lives.
The importance of this should be
clear to Westerners, whose modern civilization grew out of religious dissent that was initially met by the violence of the Inquisition and the Counter-Reformation.
After spending a few days in Beijing, it was
clear that China is undergoing a boom in Internet use, including as a consumer platform.
Donald Trump’s victory in the United States’ presidential election made that
All are still experiencing double-digit unemployment rates amid moribund growth, and, as the last International Monetary Fund Fiscal Monitor made
clear, all still suffer from significant debt problems.
It is difficult to confirm if individual governments are meeting their pledges, but it has become
clear that the international community overall is moving far too slowly.
For starters, it protects its own markets from competition, which is
clear in the case of its Internet companies.
It is now
clear that national governments (especially those of large countries) will never accept substantial limitations on their fiscal discretion.
Given the renminbi’s growing international role, it seems
obvious that the currency should be part of the SDR basket.
But she is not near the top of the list of those responsible for the economic pain endured by Greeks, and her tenure at the IMF makes
clear that no managing director in history has done more to lead the Fund in efforts to alleviate the suffering of people in crisis.
The controversy that arose in France over the country’s return to NATO’s unified military command makes this
These desperate souls are the collective responsibility of the entire world community, as the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees makes