08 September 2012

manifold \MAN-uh-fohld\, adjective:
1. Of many kinds; numerous and varied: manifold duties.
2. Having numerous different parts, elements, features, forms, etc.: a manifold program for social reform.
1. Something having many different parts or features.
2. A copy or facsimile, as of something written, such as is made by manifolding
1. To make copies of, as with carbon paper.

Sir Gerald surveyed the manifold army. Some would call it rag-tag, but he preferred to think that every part was strong, just widely varied.

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