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  • Plutarch’s Lives there was in which I read abundantly, and I still think that time spent to great advantage.
  • I had, on the whole, abundant reason to be satisfied with my being established in Pennsylvania.
  • Passengers were engag’d in all, and some extremely impatient to be gone, and the merchants uneasy about their letters, and the orders they had given for insurance (it being war time) for fall goods! but their anxiety avail’d nothing; his lordship’s letters were not ready; and yet whoever waited on him found him always at his desk, pen in hand, and concluded he must needs write abundantly.

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  • Farmers in the region enjoy good soil, moderate temperatures, and an abundant supply of water.
  • The country has abundant resources.

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