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capable of reproducing

characterized by great productivity

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intellectually productive

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bearing in abundance especially offspring

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He has composed prolifically and recorded on many labels, including North Wales-based Sain.
Drake Resources has agreed to acquire a block of five exploration permits in Guinea within a prolifically mineralised West African gold province that has yielded a steady stream of gold explorations over the past decade.
He has scored prolifically in that arena, b s the time is right to step back up in trip and he can scorch clear from the outset and go on to victory, even if he is likely to tire a little in the closing stages.
Therefore, people could enjoy semi-final match prolifically.
Emerging out of the 1960s Canadian counterculture, which accepted and even encouraged polymorphous perversity, General Idea (AA Bronson, Felix Partz, and Jorge Zontal) established itself as an outfit of anti-art art-pranksters, living their work as theater and working prolifically to exploit every medium.
Muslims did not write prolifically about the matter, nor did they stage rallies backing its building.
His experience and education has also allowed him to write prolifically about legal and political issues since the 1980s; along the way, Ambassador Salam has made the most of his expertise to benefit his colleagues and students.
Its scientists have published prolifically on genetic mutations linked to schizophrenia, cancer and other diseases.
of Arizona) is the founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine there at the university, and has written prolifically on views and practices that provide alternatives to mainstream conventional Western medicine.
We've definitely wanted an experienced, top-drawer striker who scores goals and Jan has scored prolifically in top leagues in Europe.
As the Conklin Foundation notes, "No writer, or perhaps anyone, has hunted Africa more prolifically than Craig, starting with his first safari in Kenya in 1977.
Prolifically published poet, grandmother, ex-teacher, and award-nominated poet Mary Caskey makes her poetry anthology debut in "Where Roots Echo".
A modern day renaissance man--an attorney, a chemist, but "Clear All the Rest of the Way" focuses on Warren Woessner's creative side, as his first anthology dedicated strictly to his own brilliant poetry, although he is prolifically in many other books of poetry, sharing them with other poets.
Star-shaped flowers with yellow centers bloom prolifically above narrow green leaves.