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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fertilize.

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Examples

  • As the rain fertilizes the otherwise barren land, so God's favor will restore Israel long nationally lifeless.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • It is one of the polar bodies that "fertilizes" the egg.

    National Catholic Reporter

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • Someone who does not have access to private hunting land but dumps a bucket of corn on some overbrowsed and overhunted public land, where legal to do so, is no less of a hunter than the guy who tills, plows, plants and fertilizes his high priced, biologically engineered clover patch and then hunts it or the guy who plants corn, only to leave it stand for the deer he hopes to shoot.

    Food Plots Vs. Baiting

  • I loved, I still love, the idea that books do not drain the memory but arouse it; I loved that he thought, and proved, that digging into one's memories does not exhaust them, rather it fertilizes them.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Jorge Semprun

  • Someone who does not have access to private hunting land but dumps a bucket of corn on some overbrowsed and overhunted public land, where legal to do so, is no less of a hunter than the guy who tills, plows, plants and fertilizes his high priced, biologically engineered clover patch and then hunts it or the guy who plants corn, only to leave it stand for the deer he hopes to shoot.

    Food Plots Vs. Baiting

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