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Take plenty of bait, don't forget your bucket and stay warm.
The fast growing netbook market is set to see plenty of new products later this year.
There may soon be yet another reason to eat plenty of vegetables.
There are plenty of development models that are out there.
Plenty of studies and predictions look at the future on a national scale, but few do so with a local focus.
Plenty of multimedia speakers aspire to be your all-in-one bookshelves these days, ready for any situation or setting.
But if you want to go find your own journey, there are still plenty of places you can go and plenty of ways you can do it.
He had plenty of opportunity to learn that many police officers had a poor opinion of any efforts to understand inner-city youths.
But that would still leave plenty that could be useful for farming.
It includes photos, an exploration time line, and plenty of links.
More important, plenty of serious gamers never set foot in video-game stores.
There are plenty of awesomely horrendous low-budget music videos.
If you want to grow a variety that is susceptible, plant it in a sunny spot that gets plenty of air circulation.
The industry has had plenty of chances to improve the safety of money-management funds.
Beauty aside, there are plenty of good reasons to grow flowers with vegetables.
Teenagers can find plenty of ways of amusing themselves around town.
Fowl both of water and land in great plenty and diversity.
There are plenty of ways to go wrong matching the respective characteristics of wine, food, and film.
All you need is a typewriter, plenty of paper, and two or three old almanacs or joke books.
There are still plenty of ways that the treatment could fail before reaching the clinic.
And plenty of electricity is available, particularly overnight.
There are plenty of other dinosaur movies that have never been made.
There's not much to choose from on the menu, but plenty of information.
Family dinner was eaten upstairs in the dining room around a big oval table, accompanied by plenty of conversation.
Yet by that point he'd had plenty of reasons, beyond the genetic, to seek solace in drink.
There were plenty of people who told me that looking for human resistance genes was likely to fail.
It got excellent mileage and had plenty of power to ride up the steep grades.
Such dying stars have plenty of debris around them, resulting in a bright afterglow.
Plenty of other celebrities have gone the sock-puppet route.
They've got their own television show, plenty of films, and even a musical.
From your brain down to your fingers and toes, your body needs plenty of oxygen to keep going.
If you're concerned about the health of your computer, there are plenty of free ways to keep the bad guys at bay.
He won over plenty of believers with his anecdotal evidence.
Display plants where they'll get plenty of bright, indirect light.
Plenty of special deals are offered so guests can take pleasure in this comfortable and warm hotel for a reasonable price.
Necklaces of bears' claws are plenty around their necks.
If you're an expectant parent who wants to buck the trends, plenty of college towns remain unused as personal names.
Most major cities have plenty of free things to do-if you know where to find them.
Colleges and universities have plenty of tools, but they must learn to use them more effectively.
Plenty of games out there let you choose between good and evil.
In primitive street markets, plenty of price discrimination goes on, through a mix of haggling and local knowledge.
Remember that there are plenty of people without college degrees who know things that are worth learning.
Customers can tell plenty about the state of the auto industry while kicking tyres at a used-car dealership.
If you're not big media fodder, there are plenty of other ways in which to take part in your book's career.
Their bodies could store plenty of heat from the sun.
After all, there are plenty of cities elsewhere in the world that are looking for innovative ways to reduce energy consumption.
So the project would transplant wildlife from where it gets in the way to where it would have plenty of room.
Restaurants have, over the years, proved themselves plenty capable of handling the yearnings of dessert-hungry diners.
When booking the appointment, be sure to allow yourself plenty of time, as this decadent experience will take almost three hours.
Halfway between an herb and a shrub, it can reach several feet higher than a basketball player and it's plenty tough.
Not to worry-your company may have plenty of old ones lying around.
Its style is decidedly more small town, though it has plenty of upscale restaurants and shops.
Diseases affecting even fewer people-and there are plenty of them-have even less of a chance.
Airlines lose money every time they take off with empty seats, and there are plenty of them these days.
There's plenty more to the story about the village and the tiger, much of it wonderful with its mix of the real and the fantastic.
They found plenty of both, along with their share of troubles.
But there was plenty of prejudice despite that outward appearance of calm.
If you want wood and stone you can get them in plenty.
Its sizeable villas offer privacy and plenty of room for your dive gear.
Place on baking sheet with plenty of space between each dough ball.
There are plenty of reasons to worry about food: uncertain politics, volatile prices, hunger amid plenty.
The downtown area is home to plenty of shops and restaurants to cater to different tastes.
There's been plenty written about it in the newspapers.
Plenty of bags offer some blend of vintage military styling and modern geek utility.
Yet there is plenty of oil left, with perhaps only a fifth of the world's endowment so far produced.
Serve them alongside broiled, grilled, or steamed fish and be sure to have plenty of rice to soak up the sauce.
There are plenty of geeks who agree, so we're putting on a space conference this weekend.
There are plenty of ways to get into shape, but nothing gets you fitter for adventure sports faster than running.
There are plenty of smart phones out there with the specs and features to make power users and tech junkies swoon.
Several provincial parks and wooded areas provide plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking.
He must have plenty of butter who would stop everybody's mouth.
The world can produce plenty of food to sustain the current population.
There's plenty of inspiring work to be done here by any philosophers with a little time on their hands.
We have plenty of people out of work and plenty of infrastructure that needs rebuilding.
But they miss plenty, leaving ridiculously easy access to berries you wouldn't otherwise be able to reach.
There is plenty of melodrama, and a proficient and easy flow of narrative.
Yes, science, of which there is plenty to be had during any sporting event.
The technical challenges in computational audition are plenty.
Of course, there were plenty of roller-coaster related activities as well.
Drop the questionable conceit, and there are plenty of dishes on the menu that demonstrate imagination and verve.
But the book has plenty of surprises that never got the attention it deserved during the initial media blitz.
Her prescription was simple: plenty of rest, plenty of fluids.
Focus the same sunlight on a solar cell and you can generate plenty of electricity.
Bring sunscreen, bug repellant, and plenty of water.
Not only was the museum large and well-kept, but there were plenty of dinosaurs to see.
Summer's more than halfway over, but there are still plenty of swimming days left.
The one thing they do need is plenty of space to roam and hunt.
Have each student create a two-column chart with five rows, leaving plenty of room in each row for notes.
Still, some educators believe that there's still plenty of room for improvement.
It also means turning away plenty of qualified applicants.
There seem to be plenty of the latter about, but the former are more politically able.
There are plenty of reasons not to fool around with your siblings or even your cousins.
Each one has enough room for plenty of fruits and veggies as well as covered storage space at the ends that doubles as seating.
Grow plants that bear flowers with plenty of nectar and pollen.
Plenty of development positions are available today in higher education and in other nonprofit sectors.
The counter has plenty of space for setting out buffet items as well as tableware.
There are plenty of hiking trails and places to fish, bike or skate.
Also, there were good things to eat, and there was plenty to eat.
Long journeys require human explorers to carry plenty of water.
Jocks may have a reputation for not being smart, but you'll find plenty of science in the sports they play.
Of course, there's also plenty of explanation about how cheese gets made.
Sure, laptops and cell phones were more prevalent, but there were plenty of people cracking spines during their layovers.
Within the past five years the question of nourishment has risen from utter desperation to comparative plenty.
There is still plenty of chatter but it is safe, indistinct noise that remains in the background.
He packed out plenty of wild tales, too, which are woven into this engaging autobiography.
Talk to a number of established professionals with plenty of experience.
The tonne of propellant remaining in its tanks was plenty for the reentry manoeuvres and any contingencies.
We still are getting plenty of vegetables from the garden.
There was plenty of capitalism before the factory and the steam engine.
Moreover, they contained plenty of silicon, which is extremely rare in human cells.
There are plenty of picture browsers that show thumbnails of directories to make choosing and organizing graphics easier.
Luckily there is plenty of oxygen in the atmosphere.
Plenty of room makes it easier to toss the contents.
Planning a family vacation that includes plenty of suitable activities for kids and relaxation for the parents isn't always easy.
Where there is discipline there is virtue, where there is peace there is plenty.
The military's taken plenty of big steps towards fortifying battlefields with robot armies.
While plenty of faculty members could use help publicizing their expertise, few have difficulty expressing their opinions.
There is plenty of summer vacation season left on the calendar, and boredom may already be settling in around the house.
But there are plenty of challenges to overcome first.
Click on the map to call up plenty of historical, geographical, and travel information on each of the island areas.
There is plenty of good lodging, good cuisine, and wonderful culture.
It discovered that almost half the population had no savings at all, including plenty of people on above-average incomes.
For anyone starting a new career, a one-page cover letter of four paragraphs is plenty.
Luckily, there are plenty of great free apps out there.
Plenty of epidemiological studies support a link between pollution and compromised lung function.
Eat a balanced diet, exercise, and get plenty of rest.
His rain forest has a lacy canopy, a shady understory, and plenty of orchids and tree ferns in between.
It offers easy access by road, rail and barge and has plenty of cooling water.
Because the loaf is baked without a loaf pan, there's plenty of well-browned crust to go around.
But the really, really good news is that there's plenty of money in the world to do these things.
The perfect storm came with plenty of advance warning.
To be sure, there are plenty of barriers to global teamwork.
These meals are perfection made simple so you'll have plenty of time to frolic and play your summer days away.
The school is characteristically minimalist with plenty of open spaces.
Although a fuller grasp of microbial genetics promises to boost wellness even further, plenty of big unknowns remain.
As it happens, plenty of savory winter ingredients have an affinity for chocolate.
In others it is a promise of freedom, opportunity, and plenty: a political metaphor and a private fantasy.
Even with plenty of time, ribose would have trouble hooking up with phosphate.
And he slept in his office plenty of times when he was running his own startup.
But, if you can't find plants, there are plenty of seed sources.
There are plenty of opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, diving and boating.
There are plenty of table ornaments that need no flowers.
Tiny beachfront lot accommodates plenty of outdoor living.
Gaps in degree attainment have plenty of other sources.
There were still plenty of other large predatory dinosaurs, though.
Several well-established eateries along the way offer hearty meals, quirky specialties, and plenty of local color.
And plenty of the rest, the bit that should make sense, can be read but is not yet understood.
His tales include skinny-dipping, nearly getting arrested and plenty of beer.
The charts should take up an entire page, as they'll need to leave plenty of room to write.
Plenty of pressure is put on a development office at any financially troubled college.
Campgrounds fill on summer weekends, but day-trippers still have plenty of park.
When the body has plenty of oxygen, pyruvate is shuttled to an aerobic pathway to be further broken down for more energy.
But if the parents aren't wealthy-that is, if they don't have plenty of food-the sons leave home.
Again, the department had plenty of time to find a replacement.
Plenty of entries and plenty of different solutions.
After all, a monster that big needs plenty of room to make a living.
Lanza and his company have had plenty of experience in the spotlight, but the attention has not always been flattering.
There's plenty of noise in the room, and the buzz is good.
Boil bones on the stove in plenty of water for one hour.
In other words, modulating the parameters is an easy way to generate plenty of weird absolute proportions.
And plenty of skepticism and towering financial hurdles remain for all of these monster projects.
We get warnings that a tornado is headed our way with plenty of time to take shelter.
The prolonged rounds of betting leave plenty of time for an outrageous bluff to steamroll the other players into folding.
What you need is a talent for organization and plenty of space in your refrigerator.
Plenty of teachers know how to provide the best in undergraduate education.
They indicated that there should be no problem, as the later flights had plenty of open seats.
There are plenty of metals out there that as they expand and contract they produce electricity.
Naturally, plenty of people think the research is bunk and have said so.
Plenty is a new bakery, but it's a throwback to a time when places with homey cakes and pastries tempted many neighborhoods.
The annual report card for scholarship athletes was the best yet this year-but there's plenty of room for improvement.
Plenty of palms grow where weather is consistently warm, but it's harder to find options for cold climates.
And there are plenty of unknowns to make the situation even more confusing.
Wire wrapped around the ladder gives the vine tendrils plenty of places to twine around.
There are plenty of lurking dangers under the beautiful waves of the beach.
Be sure to serve with plenty of rice to sop up the delicious sauce.
Although surrounded by larger neighbors, this small city offers plenty of attractions for visitors.
Riches consist in plenty of gold and silver, for these command all the conveniences of life.
There is plenty of water to go around and human beings are not using all that much.
The evidence doesn't back you up while there is plenty of evidence of malfeasance in the private sector.
What is more, there is plenty of time before principal payments kick in: typically, five years or more.
There have been plenty of close calls since: people have had ribs broken, legs cracked and flesh gashed.
New green fabrics are gaining popularity and coming online at a rapid rate, resulting in plenty of choices for savvy consumers.
In four spells as chief minister she has done plenty of that.
But there are plenty of other mysteries that remain to be solved.
Frustratingly, there are plenty of silly story elements that mar the program.
The playwright and the actors, whoever they are, will have plenty to work with.
He finally devised a muffin shortcake that absorbs plenty of berry juice but doesn't disintegrate.
There is plenty of sunlight, and it is not important to use it with maximum efficiency.
In short, a gene variant that may have been helpful in times of hunger would be harmful in times of unrelenting plenty.
Consider alternative energy, an emerging industry where there is plenty of innovation.
There are the usual charming street photos, some gorgeous birds, plenty of bugs on flowers.
Plenty of chefs share my serious crush on cornmeal mush.
Well yeah, but there are plenty of shows that are formulaic.
As a diagnostic fluid, saliva has plenty of benefits over blood.
There is plenty of work to do before the technology will be ready for market, however.
There is always plenty of work to do at a fossil dig, but every now and then there's a lull in the activity.
We hear plenty about species going extinct, but much less about particular breeds of animals, especially those we've domesticated.
But look closely and you'll find plenty of ideas to adapt in your own garden.
There are plenty of fools on both sides of the climate debate.
Higher-education leaders may disparage popular rankings of universities, but plenty of people take them seriously.
Space also expands, so there's plenty of it to be swallowed.
There is still plenty of scope for private-equity firms to expand.
Whatever the count, there are plenty of words to go around.
But even then, he said there was plenty of stuff he wasn't going to tell us.
Even without converting to a household solar power system, you have plenty of opportunities to use solar power.
The souvenirs might be a bit on the tacky side, but you'll discover plenty of intriguing items in these lively markets.
Plus, there are plenty of helpful tips that you can add to your repertoire and that will help you become a better builder.
But there's always lots of sausage, and there's always plenty of beer.
Plenty of advice is available for scientists seeking research grants.
In the trenches of consumer technology, there's plenty to complain about.
The northernmost state in the east gets blanketed in plenty of snow during the winter.
He luxuriates in time of plenty, and he starves in times of scarcity.
After all, there is plenty of junk in orbit, and it can't stay up there forever.
They have seen plenty of their married peers flirt and have affairs and reconcile, or divorce and marry again.
There was plenty political about this catastrophe, but nothing partisan.
But in times of plenty, when people can easily eat too much all too often, the system is stressed by insulin overproduction.
Plenty more compact four-wheelers are in the automotive pipeline.
There are gifts everywhere, and plenty to give thanks for.
It turns out that there was plenty of justification for the crowd's patient wait and for cheering each presidential signature.
There will always be plenty of bug-squishing where squash lives.
And in truth, there was plenty of pure adventurism afoot in the left, as nobody can deny.
The object that came in must have weighed several tons, so there should be plenty of meteorites to be found.
The situation would be worse than using gasoline or diesel, which are still plenty in supply.
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