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Holding a Guinness World Record as the planet’s most prolific professional blogger, Murph has been working from home for nearly his entire professional career.
That means the county can cut other kinds of gases, like methane from landfills, but it’s all measured against carbon dioxide, the most prolific greenhouse gas.
Studies pointed out the bias toward temperate zones in previous work, and indicated that in the tropics, females of many species are prolific singers.
I would be hard pressed to think of any author more prolific than Baggott when it comes to quantum mechanics.
East Ventures, one of the most prolific and influential investment firms in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest market, will be represented by Melisa Irene, the firm’s first female partner.
The establishment of prolific and cheap journals in New York, in 1830, was an event of incalculable historical importance.
The world cannot afford to lose the record of any great deed or utterance; for such are prolific throughout all time.
Its use is a prolific source of indigestion, palpitation of the heart, persistent wakefulness, and of other disorders.
Engels pleaded he was already over busy with those tasks, which show him to have been so patient and prolific a worker.
The prolific powers of some individuals among mankind are very extraordinary.
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