# superabundant

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**Repletion**— Re*ple tion (r? pl? sh?n), n. [L. repletio a filling up: cf. F. r[ e]pl[ e]tion. See {Replete}.] 1. The state of being replete; superabundant fullness. [1913 Webster] The tree had too much repletion, and was oppressed with its own sap. Bacon.… …42

**Superfecundity**— Su per*fe*cun di*ty, n. Superabundant fecundity or multiplication of the species. [1913 Webster] …43

**treasury of merits**— Date: 1636 the superabundant satisfaction of Christ for human sins and the excess of merit of the saints which according to Roman Catholic theology is effective for salvation of others and is available for dispensation through indulgences …44

**superabundance**— noun see superabundant …45

**superabundantly**— adverb see superabundant …46

**Prime number**— Prime redirects here. For other uses, see Prime (disambiguation). A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. A natural number greater than 1 that is not a prime number is… …47

**Perfect number**— In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors, that is, the sum of its positive divisors excluding the number itself (also known as its aliquot sum). Equivalently, a perfect… …48

**SA**— may stand for:Organizations* Sturmabteilung, the Brown Shirts or Storm Troopers, paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany * S.A. (corporation) ( Société anonyme in French, Sociedad Anónima in Spanish, Sociedade Anónima or Sociedade… …49

**Divisor**— divisible redirects here. For divisibility of groups, see Divisible group. For the second operand of a division, see Division (mathematics). For divisors in algebraic geometry, see Divisor (algebraic geometry). For divisibility in the ring theory …50

**Composite number**— A composite number is a positive integer which has a positive divisor other than one or itself. In other words a composite number is any positive integer greater than one that is not a prime number. So, if n > 0 is an integer and… …