Thesaurus / spawning

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The coincidence spawned endless jokes and memes across social media.

The fashionable appeal spawned a skiing boom and, for a time, made glissé a national pastime.

There are sometimes small companies that have spawned half a dozen interesting companies and other dynamics.

The story dogged him for days, as he canceled at least one event, and spawned more rumors about his personal life.

In the Tongass, stands of ancient trees provide wintering habitat for deer and are critical for stream health and spawning habitat.

Kolfage’s actions online have spawned an informal support group of individuals who have felt his wrath, including fellow veterans and progressives, as well as some of Kolfage’s former conservative allies.

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The period also spawned controversial megachurches, which are typically autonomous groups with thousands of members and charismatic leaders.

It has spawned a legion of copycat shoes, and rather than litigating, Allbirds makes life easy for imitators.

The spawning season is probably about the same for all the species.

The manure never rose above 75° when made up, and decreased to about 60° soon after spawning.

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