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Despite the increasing prolificacy of simulation in the last two years, barriers to adoption still exist.
Ordinary people struggling to keep a roof over their heads will have to pay a lot more for their mortgages because of the prolificacy of the reckless banks.
No commercial producer wanted that kind of prolificacy.
They were originally favored for many reasons including their hardiness, mothering ability, milk production and prolificacy. The Large Black is a very efficient pork producer because it can glean a large portion of its food from grazing.
He was made to pay for his prolificacy when Oldham took the lead on 67 minutes after a terrible defensive mix-up between Gueret and Kristian O'Leary.
The high grain yield of N552 was partially attributable to prolificacy, as nearly every plant of N552 produced two ears in 2004.
These grants have allowed him to work full time as a playwright for the past three years, enhancing his prolificacy and contributing to his ongoing success.
Stealing headlines nearly all summer for his prolificacy in the residential sales market, Eastdil broker, Douglas Harmon, added to his streak last week with the $365 million disposition of Harry Macklowe's condo conversion candidate, River Terrace, to C&K Properties.
But, as so often happens when a side enjoys so much possession and fails to capitalise, Poland punished Wales' prolificacy by equalising 18 minutes from time.
Other traits of interest were hardiness, temperament, prolificacy, milk production, mothering ability, and meat quality.