Numerous

  • (adj): Amounting to a large indefinite number.
    Example: "Numerous times"; "the family was numerous"

Some articles on numerous:

Mary Virginia Terhune - Biography - Final Years and Death
... writing by dictating to a secretary, completing numerous magazine articles and what would be her final novel, The Carringtons of High Hill ... Her obituary was published in numerous papers ... colonial history, and biography, as well as numerous ssays, short stories, and articles for magazines and newspapers ...
Adam Saunders - Television Career
... Blue Water High 29 Heath Carroll 2005 Star Space Numerous Host 2005–2006 Creature Features Numerous Co-Host 2006 K-Zone TV Numerous Host 2007 McLeod's ...
Andrew Garton - History
... Since the mid-1970s Andrew Garton participated in numerous independent and community media initiatives in Australia and South East Asia from radio ... Andrew went on to perform, write and record with numerous bands, ensembles and free improvisation groups most notably Private Lives, Astrobeatniks, Lingo Babel, White Punks on Hope and Back ... He completed scores for numerous documentaries produced by UK's Channel 4 and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), most notably, the award ...
Maureen O'Hara (professor)
... She has won numerous awards and grants for her research, served on numerous boards, served as an editor for numerous finance journals, and chaired the dissertations of numerous students ...
Sleman Regency - Tourism
... There are numerous hotels in Sleman, ranging from small homestays and inns to multi-star hotels ... Sleman is home to numerous museums, including Monumen Jogja Kembali (Monument to the Recapture of Yogyakarta), known colloquially as Monjali), which is dedicated to the Indonesian National Revolution and ... of the Indonesian Air Force as well as numerous planes, rockets, helicopters, and other military equipment ...

Famous quotes containing the word numerous:

    I was not long since in a company where I wot not who of my fraternity brought news of a kind of pills, by true account, composed of a hundred and odd several ingredients; whereat we laughed very heartily, and made ourselves good sport; for what rock so hard were able to resist the shock or withstand the force of so thick and numerous a battery?
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    There is no instant of time when one creature is not being devoured by another. Over all these numerous races of animals man is placed, and his destructive hand spares nothing that lives. He kills to obtain food and he kills to clothe himself; he kills to adorn himself; he kills in order to attack and he kills to defend himself; he kills to instruct himself and he kills to amuse himself; he kills to kill. Proud and terrible king, he wants everything and nothing resists him.
    Joseph De Maistre (1753–1821)

    Oxford is a little aristocracy in itself, numerous and dignified enough to rank with other estates in the realm; and where fame and secular promotion are to be had for study, and in a direction which has the unanimous respect of all cultivated nations.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)