How many years?
Many aid workers will feel the same.
But many analysts worry that other companies will prove less dynamic.
how many pleasures, how many pains hast thou passed over with contempt?
“We know how many people are dying, but we don’t know how many people are infected.”
Too many machinations; too many loopholes to satisfy special interests; too little enforcement.
"This 'many to few, few to many' I think is very bullish because it shows the quality of the asset."
Many were forbidden by ecclesiastical authorities, and many more were suppressed after the Reformation.
Not just poor and rich, but of many colors, of many religions, of many sexual orientations.
No matter how many apps you have on your phone or how many books you've read, buying wine is never an easy process.
at Bill Cosby, for example, or the many (many, many, many) Harvey Weinstein jokes.
“It's many games,” says Arsene, “many suffering, many sleepless nights, and many happy days as well I must say!”
OFFICIAL statistics can tell you how many workers were jobless last month, how many had college degrees and how many worked in construction.
This narrative stretches from the peasants’ revolt through Peterloo to the marches against Brexit, with many stops along the way and down many historical byways.
I told them that there the houses had many storeys, that there were so many houses and so many streets, and so many big fine shops.
Subsequently Jaśkowski (Jaśkowski 1936) showed that intuitionistic propositional logic can be given a many-valued semantics in terms of infinitely many truth-values.
Many gastropods, bivalves, and cephalopods are a source of food for many cultures and therefore play an important role in the fishing industries of many countries.
“We have so many vulnerable kids, so many kids with disabilities, so many homeless kids, so there’s a lot of interest in getting as many kids back in the classroom as possible.
Several ministers had been mooted for the role, including Michael Gove, who told a conference on Tuesday there were “many, many, many, many” people who would do better as Cop26 president, such as Zac Goldsmith and Kwasi Kwarteng, the clean energy minister.
A database should not be implemented with this type of relationship, and a linking table must be inserted between two ends of a many-to-many relationship – allowing each relationship to become a many-to-one or a one-to-many relationship (thus reducing the potential for redundant data).
- a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number; quantifier, plural pronoun; quantifier, plural
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