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1. It may be rich in vocabulary, a powerful hypnotic force, of spoken in gentle tones of subtle persuasion.
2. Another classically disfigured landscape that can be rich in wildlife is the sewage farm.
3. These speeches had to be rich in literary illusion and ruminative aphorism.
4. To just be rich in this country is no longer any novelty.
5. The islands may be rich in natural resources.
6. Read widely and you'll be rich in knowledge.
7. He is believed to be rich in mind.
8. Canada used to be rich in coal deposits.
9. Coca Cola is considered to be rich in sugar.
10. First,[sentencedict.com/be rich in.html] the poor world tends to be rich in things like forest and sunshine.
11. Be rich in negative hydronium , can absorb pore dirt, clear in deep level to achieve a bright and smoothing skin. Promote blood circulation to dispel the fatigue and refresh .
12. But while a drawing can be rich in information, it's information that's usually inaccessible to computers.
13. Good food should be rich in vitamins and minerals, and also be low in saturated fat, salt and fast-releasing sugars and high in fiber.
14. This will be rich in protein but not much else and it is hard to see how it could be any more beneficial than, say, rubbing an egg into his ankle.
15. They had no claim on the land, which was believed to be rich in oil.
16. An obvious question is whether the surfaces of the asteroids might be rich in helium-3 implanted by the solar wind.
17. The long roots reach the tank bottom, where the medium should be rich in organic matter, such as plant detritus.
18. Or it could be other things in the foods that happen to be rich in beta carotene that provide the health benefits.
19. Denmark says it's planning to lay claim to a large area of the Arctic seabed including the North Pole, a region thought to be rich in oil and gas.
20. Besides a wealth of marine life, the sea is believed to be rich in oil and gas: the "next Persian Gulf" in the words of one excited observer.
21. Diets rich in vegetables, the researchers suspect, may also be rich in oil as the two most common methods of preparing vegetables is deep-frying and stir-frying.
22. What the West seeks is what Bush announced: control, or at least dependable clients, and in the case of Libya, access to vast unexplored areas expected to be rich in oil.
23. On the other hand, 70 percent of teens still want to be rich in the future; 29 percent want to be famous.
24. Keep in mind that this is just version 1.0 of the spec, so do not expect it to be rich in functionality.
25. The Spratly Islands lie in an area thought to be rich in oil and gas. The region also has vital shipping routes.
26. As early as 2, 700 B.C., Chinese emperor Shen Nung allegedly prescribed seaweed, now known to be rich in iodine, as a treatment.
27. At nearly $2 per bar, frozen "all fruit" or "fruit and juice" bars may not be rich in calories, but they are certainly rich in price.
28. The Eagle Ford shale is seen as an especially attractive prospect as it is believed to be rich in natural gas liquids and condensates, which command higher prices than regular natural gas.
29. For example, knowledge cannot be bought with money. One cannot be rich in knowledge unless he studies hard.