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Ours is, scarcely less than the British, a living and fecund system.
A rich and fecund land, held originally in big estates, now beginning to be cut up into the smaller farms of the fruit growers.
IN TO THE YUKONWILLIAM SEYMOUR EDWARDS
A complete bibliography of such a fecund illustrator as Sir John Gilbert would need a volume to itself.
It was bliss, it was the nucleolating of the fecund darkness.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
A woman who has one child has proved that she is fecund, but has not proved that she is fertile.
He is in reality a finished workman, an accomplished stylist, a happy colorist, and fecund withal.
IDLING IN ITALYJOSEPH COLLINS
In October, 85 per cent of the adult females were fecund, and in November, this figure was 80 per cent.
A woman with six children has proved that she is not only fecund but fertile.
Her colour was bright, her eyes full of a fecund gloom, her brown hair tumbled loosely over her ears.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
He began with the fecund idea of motion, the stars in their orbits, man engendering man.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY

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