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Discovering the switch between the prince and the peasant, Yzma turns the real emperor into a llama and threatens to reveal the pauper's identity unless he obeys her.

Landon, Vivaldi: Voice of the Baroque Thames and Hudson 1993, p.166 Vivaldi had once earned over 50,000 ducats, but squandered it
paucity of credible offshore banks in Belize, many trusts established in Belize hold assets with a second trustee or third-party financial institution in another country.

Knowledge of the Timucuan and Guale way of life prior to European contact is limited by the paucity of the archeological record and the subjective observations of the early explorers and missionaries.

Over 30% of children and 40% of university students stay at home due to fear, and paucity of schools near them.

Despite the relative paucity of corroborative evidence, Jacobs presents this scenario as not only plausible, but self-evident.

Nothing was done about it at the time due to a paucity of funds.

Like other Polynesian languages, the phonology of Marquesan languages is characterized by a paucity of consonants and a comparative abundance of vowels.

Although as Gower points out, as well understood as the rule is, there is a paucity of authority on the point.

One of the chief difficulties of applying the comparative method to the Sino-Tibetan languages is the morphological paucity in many of these languages, including modern Chinese and Tibetan.

Alister McGrath highlighted the paucity of evangelical institutions and journals dedicated to promoting evangelical spirituality.

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