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Hence infertility not only excited dislike, but was held to justify repudiation.
The relative infertility of Bacon's thought is shown by the fact that he founded no school and left no trace of discipleship.
But if in the nature of things absolute sterility is not inheritable, comparative infertility may be.
The production of infertility, some forms of physical degeneracy, and deformity.
Idle is an epithet used to express the infertility of the chaotic state, in the Saxon translation of the Pentateuch.
Or if infertility is so associated, then the average of the whole group moves away from that condition.
There are dormant seasons—periods of infertility—when the chemistry of heaven and earth is needed to overcome this barrenness.
A BREEZE FROM THE WOODS, 2ND ED.WILLIAM CHAUNCEY BARTLETT
The infertility of the best stock is due to voluntary curtailment of the family, through sexual self-restraint.
THE FERTILITY OF THE UNFITWILLIAM ALLAN CHAPPLE
For on account of the lowness of the district, it shares the dampness though not the infertility of the swamps below.
THE SOLOMON ISLANDS AND THEIR NATIVESH. B. (HENRY BROUGHAM) GUPPY
The reason why varieties do not usually exhibit a similar amount of infertility is not difficult to explain.
DARWINISM (1889)ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE

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