Multitudinary


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a.1.Multitudinous.
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During the multitudinary parade of military representatives from across the Americas, Zapatero notably refused to stand alongside other diplomatic and governmental figures when the U.
The large disparity between the multitudinary annual meetings of SBPC and the scant reach of AAPC within the Argentinean scientific community was reduced by the enthusiastic and numerous attendance of the latter to the meeting, organized under the name of "Science, Technology and Society".