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Although there remains debate as to whether the nikki bungaku genre, with it's emphasis on the diary as a literary art, continues to modern times, prominent examples of diary literature abound.

Needles to say, errors abound, making a situation that is alternately humorous and

Blessed God, who feeds us from our youth and provides food for all flesh, fill our hearts with joy and gladness, that we, having enough to satisfy us, may abound in every good work.

I'm a cynic but they break my heart.'" Frank Gervasi, Collier's Weekly: "He went round Italy speaking fluent Italian to bootblacks and waiters who abound in southern Italy, asking them about Fascism.

But references to the foremost breed of kamboja horses abound endlessly in ancient texts and inscriptions.

Within this city, thanks to God, Such bounteous works abound As have embalmed the authors' names, By faith most richly crowned.

Despite not having many large wetlands dragonflies abound on Menorca.

historical blunders also abound: A portrait of Louis XV can be seen in Louis XIV's apartments: the film takes place about half a century before Louis XIV's great-grandson and successor was even born.

Steep mountain valleys abound; these are often used for reservoirs that store water for irrigation or drinking purposes.

Fears continue to abound about what such subsidies mean, and how it will affect telecommunications in the long run.

Variations Variations in the rules of Bourré abound, possibly due to its nature as a regional game.

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