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  • And then I think of the time in which we live, and for those reading this page the good fortune of having access to the sheer abbondanza of this era of access to education, knowledge of many cultures, multiple disciplines.

    Dr. Jean Houston: Abbondanza!

  • They pour olive oil liberally, shave white truffles with abandon, toss their pasta in the sauce, dress salads by feel -- and they have a word for it: abbondanza.

    Jesse Kornbluth: The Best Book I've Read Recently? La Dolce Vita -- A Cookbook!

  • We rush to pick the bounty springing from our gardens, horde prime morsels like squirrels and preserve the abbondanza for chilly winter days ahead.

    Wicked Good Travel Tips: Lip Smacking Good Fall Food Festivals Across America

  • Lividi e crampi in abbondanza, sai quanti graffi alla protuberanza.

    No Fat Clips!!! : Vespa: A Special Tour

  • Italian men stand on the docks and wave abbondanza to their past lives.

    unheimlich Diary Entry

  • That assortment didn't seem particularly generous, so I added a couple of more toppings - grilled figs, prosciutto and fresh ricotta - just for a touch of abbondanza.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • ... le fenestre ha volte a Tramontana, le quali per esser alte dal pavimento, ed in testa della stanza, e volte a parte di cielo che non ha sole, fanno un certo lume rimesso, il quale pare col non distraer la vista con la soverchia abbondanza della luce, che inviti ed inciti coloro rhe v'entrano a studiare.

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