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  1. Speculation in this community is rife.
  2. Thoughts were rife in the air, in fact.
  3. It was a poor area in which unemployment was rife.
  4. Corruption and deception are rife here in Thailand.
  5. I can appreciate irony; my life is rife with the stuff.

  6. Then he had a bright idea, for seaweed was floating rife.
  7. Before fingers started pointing and corruption was rife.
  8. But psychologically, the moment was rife with possibilities.
  9. They are rife with contradictions that unbalance us; they.
  10. Rife with profiles from a wide variety of industries, The New.
  11. Once i was ministering in the area where bubonic plague was rife.
  12. What’re you doing? he asked, his face rife with confusion.
  13. Look at me! he said hoarsely, his voice rife with indignation.
  14. It is obvious that rough arm tactics, bribery and extortion were rife.
  15. The Malay/Thai border was rife with violence and unrest, which suited him.

  16. Around them, trees, tall and silent under an early morning sky rife with stars.
  17. Fields of high corn rustled on a warm breeze rife with tumbling dandelion seeds.
  18. They are rife with seeming scandal, if one can read beyond the redacted segments.
  19. With that thought in mind, understand that religion is rife with error and deception.
  20. The speculation has been rife, fingers pointed at the police, at Kamal Abdic, at Scott.
  21. Like the New Testament, the Quran is rife with verifiable error that proves it is the.
  22. People are understandably reluctant to get involved in an area rife with unseen dangers.
  23. Many paedophiles and criminals are involved, prostitution of young girls and boys is rife.
  24. Embezzlement is not just happening to rich investors, and is arguably rife in small growth.
  25. In any case, the rumors were rife and on the lips of even the koshari sellers outside my workshop.

  26. It is obvious through casual observation that money, religion and politics are inseparable and rife.
  27. The area now rife with shadows, Scott thought that he could see things passing by the front of his cell.
  28. He looked down at me and before he even spoke I could see the worried tension that his face was rife with.
  29. There is something within us that is new, even in this universe rife with life: a personal pattern toward.
  30. All the same, the guild controls the city, and we have decided that no one can enter while the plague is rife.
  31. The going was rife with detours—bogs, quicksand, clumps of trees so thick that passage was impossible… and water.
  32. Agricultural dysfunction is rife within these parts of the world and the result is ecological and social destruction.
  33. The tomb robberies were most rife long before the sand encroached on the Necropolis’s forgotten majesty, between 1075BC and 945BC.
  34. Favoritism, nepotism, corruption, office politics, etc, were just as rife in these small companies as it is now in large corporations.
  35. As objective man , He is the mysterious (to the profane-- the ever invisible, yet ever present) Personage, about whom legends are rife in.
  36. Still, every time he thought the psychological moment was rife to hit him with the punch line, a new twist, a new curveball got thrown at him.
  37. Members of Parliament were daily exposed as corrupt, abortion was rife, sodomy was legal, and profit-at-any-cost had become the new religion.
  38. All corporations and all investors might fare poorly if the areas in which they are located are rife with political instability and physical violence.
  39. The police say that there has been a drastic rise in the number of protests over the last two days, and social media sites are rife with public outrage.
  40. Bullying was rife, and self appointed tough guys regularly gave juniors they suspected of being queer, a lesson in manliness that left the boy traumatised, depressed and fearful.
  41. Wherever we may think of such speculations, we can hardly deny that they have been more rife in this generation than in any other; and whither they are tending, who can predict?
  42. Ignatius Gallaher puffed thoughtfully at his cigar and then, in a calm historian's tone, he proceeded to sketch for his friend some pictures of the corruption which was rife abroad.
  43. Had someone noticed something was going on and mentioned it locally? These rural places were rife with gossip – anyone with a juicy bit of surmise would doubtless have passed it on.
  44. It was an artsy village on a very famous hill that was rife with cafés, street musicians, and landmarks, especially la Basilique du Sacré Coeur, a church with an unparalleled view of Paris out to the horizon.
  45. Readings from other histories are rife with the rivalries of ruling families within which competition and conflict regarding succession of leadership are a major concern, especially in the beginning of dynasties.
  46. Throughout the whole army and at headquarters most joyful though erroneous rumors were rife of the imaginary approach of columns from Russia, of some victory gained by the Austrians, and of the retreat of the frightened Bonaparte.
  47. We sat to with a will and had soon reduced the box to splinters looking at the pile of chopped wood we had there was quite a bit but we knew that here on the peninsula you had to be careful as pilfering was rife especially something like wood.
  48. The city was rife with tales of the princely sums the milliners were paying for suitable artefacts and, with the Autumn Ball so soon, these prices would now be at their peak, especially now that truly extraordinary items were well nigh impossible to obtain.
  49. The symptoms he had seen in action many times at the Roostertail; the Rave culture, which attracted the same intellectuals who drank lager straight from the can, wore string vests and partied all night in Ibiza, seemed to be rife with the ailments about which he had been studying.
  50. In judging of Ante-Nicene doctrines it is necessary to remember the warning of all the apostles that even in their own life-time the 'mystery of iniquity’ already wrought; that the age was signally ignorant of the sacred writings, and rife with the spirit of priestcraft, magic, and apostasy.
  51. I chatted with an American Sergeant and told him my story; the guy listened carefully then took me to meet his Captain who told me that I should wait for the final push to Berlin and then find out where the war crimes tribunal would be sitting as there was bound to be a tribunal as the stories of Nazi atrocities were rife.
  52. Trescott, who compels admiration by his fine, straightforward course, takes his wife to a small Missouri town, where Southern prejudice is still rife and laws are lax, and where feeling is bitter against the uncle of Constance, the absentee landowner, who has sent Trescott to represent him in enforcing evictions from a tract of land to which he claims ownership.
  53. Hopefully, the material in this book will provide an introduction to a process that could eventually lead to real and lasting change in the way things are; moving from a world of rife with the ravages of ignorance and intolerance to one of greater tolerance for diversity and increased appreciation for the differences that make up the incredible tapestry of humankind; a world of greater and sufficient wisdom.
  54. I love to see that Nature is so rife with life that myriads can be afforded to be sacrificed and suffered to prey on one another; that tender organizations can be so serenely squashed out of existence like pulp—tadpoles which herons gobble up, and tortoises and toads run over in the road; and that sometimes it has rained flesh and blood! With the liability to accident, we must see how little account is to be made of it.
  55. Rife with it, one world was,.

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