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This ultimately sowed the seeds of acceptance and made these technologies more approachable for businesses.
It’s not crazy to hope that the intellectual seeds sowed in this pandemic year — information and entanglement, cross-bred with wormholes and holograms — will one day bear glorious fruit.
THE YEAR IN PHYSICSMICHAEL MOYERDECEMBER 23, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
That development sowed confusion, led to dueling statements from Pfizer and federal officials about who was to blame, and raised questions about whether a promise to deliver shots to 20 million people by the end of the year would be kept.
During a virtual tour, a worker carried a smartphone through the editing lab into the gestation area, where sows spend nine months until giving birth—“farrowing” is the farmer’s term.
Two days after editing, the embryos—by then a few cells big—are implanted into surrogate sows.
I am to be introduced to the greatest sower of ideas of the century, the author of the Social Contract, Rousseau.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS
The evil seed thus sown did not fail to take root and bring forth its fruit, just as the sower intended.
ADRIFT ON THE PACIFICEDWARD S. ELLIS
The field was evidently now open, and waiting for the sower of the precious seed of the Word.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
An' so 'e did, till 'e married that day six months an' take to the drink in sower. '
More saving of labor still is the horse sower, which is simply the hand sower on a larger scale.

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