prolificity

prolificity

(ˌprəʊlɪˈfɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Biology) fecundity
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The essays are in chronological order to reflect the shift from mostly religious writing to more secular, the increase in productivity and prolificity, and the rise of women in the public sphere across Europe.
The scripts for Mosaic and Unsane leave something to be desired, but in both cases Soderbergh-- who is the most serious American narrative filmmaker to match the prolificity of Godard in the 1960s or Fassbinder during the thirteen years of his tragically brief career-- was more interested in taking technology out for a spin than he was in making an important genre movie.
With the aim of displaying the route by which the human determination may transform appalling reality into an approach of both poise and prolificity, the notions "tragic" and "humanism" should be matched.
His prolificity and variety suggested that I should put a long section of his work in, and here is that section, which reminds me of "The Applesauce Chronicles" by Louis Phillips (Does anyone know where Louis is?
Shakespeare is the dream of any self-respecting writer, he embodies the perfect Artist, the only one who succeeded in combining a stupendous prolificity with the wonderfully wrought writings that meet all the demands of a critic.
The choose of crossing to be adopted for sheep production activity is defined with what the farmer would like to explore, and should direct the selection to better maternal ability, prolificity, weaning rates, feed conversion, fast growing of the lambs and improved carcass quality and meat produced.
However, you wouldn't notice from lines as winningly winsome as "What precious little time we have to wish away our lives" on Outside In's closing track - perhaps a reflection on Ciaran's own workaholic prolificity.
In "P is for Power: Smart's Alphabets," Gigante shows how his three sets of versicles explicating the successive letters of the alphabet ate "a combined meditation on the materiality of poetic form" that "challenge not only Enlightenment taxonomies of nature but also neo-classical theories of poetry, which emphasize [preformed] structure over emergent, self-expressive power." And the very plurality of meaning Smart elicits from each letter "mimic[s] nature's uncontainable prolificity" (63).
ligustica mixt week The secondary characters The behavioural characters The races of Prolificity bees Apis running The weight of queens mellifera gentleness on combs of queens eggs/24h A.m.
Such prolificity and prolixity do not have a parallel in the Italian poetical tradition, which seems rather to cultivate a spiritual and writerly "poverty" (in the strong, positive and, not by chance, Franciscan sense of the word).
Endogamy also negatively affects several reproductive traits, including sexual maturity, prolificity, testicular diameter and ovarian follicular reserve, and consequently embryo yield (Falcao et al., 2001; Alvarez et al., 2005).