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a·bun·dance

(a-bŭn'dants),
The average number of types of macromolecules (for example, mRNAs) per cell.
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With the hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2022, we expect significant spending on major infrastructure projects including the rail system, new port, highways and stadia, which will no doubt offer a plentitude of growth opportunities to tap into," QFB chairman Abdullah bin Fahad bin Ghorab al-Marri told shareholders at the annual general assembly meeting, which approved net income of QR66mn in 2015.
So the difficulty in this inaugural Utah State Championship is evidenced by the fact no master class scores were shot despite a plentitude of such shooters present.
For the infant United States, the animal was an emblem of plentitude and power.
Agriculture is exposed to a plentitude of challenges such as limited arable land and natural resources, a shortage or rising cost of labor, increased market volatility, limits to credit availability for smallholder farmers, resistance issues and an ongoing quest for sustainability to name only a few, said Dr Sascha Israel, Head Region Asia Pacific, Bayer CropScience.
In fact, sociologist and economist Juliet Schor advocate a compelling plan to bring about the end of material scarcity in Plentitude (2012) and through her work with Foundation for a New American Dream.
plentitude (of hours, organs, points of view, styles).
The power of analytics models and the plentitude of data makes it much more possible to automate underwriting.
Decrying the plentitude of weapons in the world in general, Francis said: "And we ask for peace for this world subjected to arms dealers, who earn their living with the blood of men and women.
But UbuWeb seeks to offer an alternative by invoking a gift economy of plentitude with a strong emphasis on global education.
86), the plentitude of sperm drowning the womb in dramatic
The old year has ended and the plentitude of promises to launch all sorts of Iranian-made satellites have come to naught.