There was ice everywhere, a panoply of shapes and forms.
He now became a " squire of the body," and truly an " armiger " or " scutifer," for he bore the shield and armour of his leader to the field, and, what was a task of no small difficulty and hazard, cased and secured him in his panoply of war before assisting him to mount his courser or charger.
ANAD (The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders) offers a panoply of services for those who need information or help with eating disorders.
Detailed environments, a panoply of futuristic weapons and foes, and multiple player-driveable vehicles provide the enticements.
Children in this stage understand the panoply of religious or divine beings within the religious belief system.
At this festival a couch was set up, on which the panoply of the hero was placed, a practice which recalls the Roman lectisternium.
panoply of state regulation.
Nobody saw a panoply of State, local or even federal taxes and compliance regulations on the Internet as constructive.
panoply of powers contained within the anti-terrorism legislation applied to terrorists, whether domestic or international.
panoply of fantastic characters that populate the wondrous world of the Hulk.
panoply of flavors that rolls on seamlessly for minutes.
One could offer the whole panoply of indexed sequential access - but it would be a mistake.
Between these bookends, as it were, we have the panoply of Elizabethan stanzas, lines, meters, and rhyme schemes.
It covers the whole panoply of God's purposes.
Landlords like Platt are quick to admit that they have not adopted the full panoply usually associated with serviced offices.
The whole panoply of papal justice had taken root in the Count's castle.
It is no longer sensible or practicable to accord the full panoply of human rights to everyone who sets foot on our soil.
panoply of targets.
Men do not need the panoply of God to enable them to lead a clean and honest life.
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