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  • Wal-Mart bought a 35% stake in Trust-Mart, owned by Bounteous Co., in 2007.

    Wal-Mart Names Senior China Bosses

  • Bounteous rain and glorious sunshine in combination might seem to constitute a climate unsuitable to persons of English birth, or at least trying to their preconceptions of the ideal.

    My Tropic Isle

  • Thou art the Bounteous, Thou art the Clement; Thou art the Bestower, the

    Bahíyyih Khánum

  • For this clamour and uproar, the blows, the abuse, the taunts, the curses, when borne for love of the All-Bounteous Lord, are but festive days and times for jubilee.

    Bahíyyih Khánum

  • He is verily the Most Bounteous, the Most Generous.

    A Compilaton on Women

  • Bounteous nature seems here to have strewed her favors with a lavish hand, and to have held out every inducement for civilized man to occupy it.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862

  • We pray that, out of His bounty — exalted be He — He may release, through this imprisonment, the necks of men from chains and fetters, and cause them to turn, with sincere faces, towards His Face, Who is the Mighty, the Bounteous.

    The Promised Day Is Come

  • I advance with My face set towards Him Who is the Almighty, the All-Bounteous, whilst behind Me glideth the serpent.

    The Promised Day Is Come

  • Thus counseleth you your Lord, and He, verily, is the Almighty, the All-Bounteous.

    The Promised Day Is Come

  • Bounteous; bids them “rend the veils asunder,” and enter in His name His

    God Passes By

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