many things

man·y things

polyphobia.
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I am too well aware that though a subordinate, like myself, is bound to acquaint the shipowner with everything that occurs, there are many things he ought most carefully to conceal from all else.
There are a great many people--and a great many things, too--over here that I should like to perform that operation upon.
Now I wanted nothing but a boat to furnish myself with many things which I foresaw would be very necessary to me.
I now began to consider that I might yet get a great many things out of the ship which would be useful to me, and particularly some of the rigging and sails, and such other things as might come to land; and I resolved to make another voyage on board the vessel, if possible.
And this put me in mind that I wanted many things notwithstanding all that I had amassed together; and of these, ink was one; as also a spade, pickaxe, and shovel, to dig or remove the earth; needles, pins, and thread; as for linen, I soon learned to want that without much difficulty.
Even so, coming at last upon a White Hood [a white cobra], who spoke of things beyond my knowledge, and showed me many things I had never before seen.
When More looked round upon the England that he knew he saw many things that were wrong.
I never did many things in India, but there were more people to look at--natives and soldiers marching by--and sometimes bands playing, and my Ayah told me stories.
I had wore the ground a good deal crawling out of the hole and dragging out so many things.
A thing can be many things, This thing or that thing, one thing or the other thing, A thing or the thing, your own thing or my thing, Anything but a word-thing.
It teaches you so many things you can't ever learn in school, like how to react with other people.
Let us listen to his words: I have yet many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now.