BOUNTY, n. The liberality of one who has much, in permitting one who has nothing to get all he can.
A single swallow, it is said, devours ten millions of insects every year. The supplying of these insects I take to be a signal instance of the Creator's bounty in providing for the lives of His creatures.Henry Ward Beecher
2008 Update: The plumage a judge paints on a decoy.
Happy birthday to bountiful G.