many things

man·y things

References in classic literature ?
There are a great many people--and a great many things, too--over here that I should like to perform that operation upon.
When he is by himself he will not mind saying or doing many things which he would be ashamed of any one hearing or seeing him do?
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.
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.
There are a few things we're working on and that's what I'm going to tell you about here today in the Air Force among the many things and we'll get to questions and answers here.
Even though there are a few things my VR counselor could have done to better prepare me to transition to the work force, there are many things he did right.
But cutting not because things were too long, but because you always think when you adapt a theatrical play to film that the screenplay says it all, but then you shoot it and you realize so many things are being said visually that the play doesn't say.