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plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealthby Juliet B. Schor A leading economist imagines a new, more sustainable economy.
The county had then voted him the money in the plenitude of its power, and Daly had hunted seven days a fortnight.
Those who possessed the plenitude of power were bound to employ it.
His spirit of conciliation, often exercised in the plenitude of power, prolonged his reign.
He had seemed before to be enjoying the plenitude of royal favour.
California might be called the "Hotel State," from the plenitude of its taverns, etc.
He still dwells amongst us, yet not in the plenitude of his power.
Whenever my books arrive in their plenitude from De Vere Gardens it will be absolutely required to help to house them.
The eyes are round and dark; the ears almost hidden in the plenitude of fur.