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  • n. Plural form of fertility.


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  • Pedgift Junior shine brighter than ever he had shone yet in gems of caustic humor and exquisite fertilities of resource.


  • Life had replaced time, that was it; death had gone, for the clocks here would tick off fertilities only.


  • But in the end he finds his mistress and learns that she had gone on duty, not for pleasure, -- and they return happy again, and so happy indeed, that he has neither eyes nor thoughts for any of nature's fertilities or barrennesses -- only for the dear one at his side.

    English Men of Letters: Crabbe

  • Junior shine brighter than ever he had shone yet in gems of caustic humor and exquisite fertilities of resource.


  • Marshes, that we are to satisfy of our cordial spirit of conciliation with those who, in their equity, are restoring Holland again to the seas, whose maxims poison more than the exhalations of the most deadly fens, and who turn all the fertilities of Nature and of Art into an howling desert?

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 05 (of 12)

  • Iran targets, the area will be so hot with radiation in side of their underground fertilities no human can come around for decades to come.

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  • And if you look at sequentially in the fertilities, it sounds like you guys are down in visits about 9%. Home Page

  • * The low fertilities in southern and eastern Europe, as well as East Asia, show that

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  • Even when these -- the armed revolutions of the world -- are most terrible in their results -- destroying the greatness and the liberties of one people -- they serve, sooner or later, to produce a counteracting rise and progress in the fortunes of another; as the sea here advances, there recedes, swallowing up the fertilities of this shore to increase the territories of that; and fulfilling, in its awful and appalling agency, that mandate of human destinies which ordains all things to be changed and nothing to be destroyed.

    Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete

  • All were based on the '' miraculous "Armadillo, but this back-and-forth shuttling created breeding pressures that enhanced the subsequent lines 'genetic variability, particularly their adaptability to differing soil types, soil fertilities, temperature regimes, photoperiods, rainfalls, and diseases.

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