Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of abundancy.

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Examples

  • Individual species may come and go, and there is a continual sweeping up and down, and abundancies of certain species, so when you look at it closely it seems chaotic.

    Anthill: a six-legged adventure from science to fiction

  • But plant community ecologists do this all the time, through canonical correspondence analysis: how does this set of X plant species abundancies relate this this set Y of soil & site characteristics.

    Whitfield SubCommittee: Witnesses to be questioned « Climate Audit

  • But plant community ecologists do this all the time, through canonical correspondence analysis: how does this set of X plant species abundancies relate this this set Y of soil & site characteristics.

    Whitfield SubCommittee: Witnesses to be questioned « Climate Audit

  • No fact is more patent than the painful one that some ambitious men have secured public offices, and even bought their way into legislative bodies, by the abundancies of their purses united to skill in manipulating partisan machines.

    Recollections of a Long Life

  • "downstream" to provide, within the context of the unique properties and timely abundancies of the chemical elements, very compelling evidence of further "fine tuning" that not only allows, but essentially makes inevitable, the observed exponential development of technology for which our particular species has been the vehicle.

    Planet Atheism

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