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Nor are the sundry other complaints lodged by the former nominee during a long interview.
This isn’t a naively optimistic kumbaya moment, where sundry recreation brokers are embracing amnesty after decades of animosity.
The chef can rattle off sundry theories about south Louisiana barbecue, but a plate of andouille and cochon de lait, with sides of boudin balls and sweet potatoes, says plenty on its own.
The resort itself, overflowing with convenience and sundry amenities, was a popular destination for tour professionals and their families.
Turkey, for its part, continued to provide haven and material support for sundry Syrian opposition groups in the hopes of overturning the Assad regime, but became increasingly concerned by the expansion of the YPG in northern Syria.
Ever anxious to keep his patient in top form, first for the Nazis’ huge open-air rallies and later for vital meetings with top generals or world leaders, Morell plied Hitler not only with sundry quack remedies but also with near-daily injections.
Don Quixote succumbs to delusions, debt and sundry humiliations.
At differing times, candidate Trump called for 20 percent, 35 percent or 45 percent import taxes on goods from sundry other nations.
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Definition of sundry
: an indeterminate number recommended for reading by all and sundry — Edward Huberman
First Known Use of sundry
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Definition of sundry for English Language Learners
: made up of different things
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