10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FERTILELY»
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RAINBOWS NOW APPEAR © Pantoum Poem The sun doth rise each morning
The world so warmly sane The seagull cries a warning As gently falls the rain
The world so warmly sane The earth grows fertilely As gently falls the rain So
Jean Elizabeth, Poet Laureate Ward, 2008
The Spirit of the English Language
... as active as it was in Elizabethan England, whether in Shakespeare's fertilely
expansive manner or in the King Kames Version and its fertilely focused manner.
How can we quicken the activity of the spirit of the English language in our time?
The Dictionary of Distinctions: In Three Alphabets, ...
to bathe with warm lotions. iFerney, fer'ny. s. The place -' where Voltaire lived,
near Geneva. 'FERNY, a. Overgrown with fern. (fertilely, fer'til-ly. ad. Fruit- J fully.
iFERTILY. See FERTILELY. fesels, fe'z'lz. s. A kind of base grain. PHASELS, faz'
A Copious and Critical English-Latin Dictionary
FERTILELY F ESTOO N FEUD 48. 4. &ber, erte (abundantly productive): a f. soil,
u. solum, Liv. 29, j;. >»□ (where immediately before fer- tilisaimus is used : cf.
Prop. 1, 22, 10 : Umbria tenia fertilis uberibua, i.e. a country naturally /., and ...
William Smith, Theophilus Dwight Hall, 1871
Cengage Advantage Books: Understanding Humans: An ...
... separate biological species from modern humans and therefore theoretically
incapable of fertilely interbreeding with modern people? Probably not. Finally,
then, should Neandertals really be placed in a separate species from H. sapiens
Barry Lewis, Robert Jurmain, Lynn Kilgore, 2008
NTC's Pocket Dictionary of Words and Phrases
... 1. adj. able to reproduce or develop new life eas- ily. (Adv:fertilely.) 2. adj. [of
soil] rich in (plant) food that helps reproduction and growth. (Adv: fertilely.) 3. adj.
creative; able to produce good ideas. (Figurative on Q. Adv: fertilely.) fertilize ["f#
Moby-Dick, Or the Whale (Middleton Classics):
... that while some natural enjoyments here shall have no children born to them
for the other world, but, on the contrary, shall be followed by the joy-childlessness
of all hell's despair; whereas, some guilty mortal miseries shall still fertilely beget
... pretended the underground society really was, as its inhabitants seemed to
believe, something of a chrysalis to a new rebirth of life on earth, a utopia for
which the race had ceaselessly labored, futilely, and yet somehow fertilely, for
Disturbing the Nest: Family Change and Decline in Modern ...
It was to be a place where people could develop and lead their “real” lives as
moral citizens; a place where "civilization" could most fertilely flourish. In turn, this
new privatized home became the center of sociability and social life, the latter ...
When a Doctor Hates a Patient: Chapters from a Young ...
He begins the last stanza rather morbidly, with the image of the grave rising
about each bed, but he ends the stanza almost lyrically, or at least fertilely, with
his vision of the "sap" that "prepares to flow" and the voice of the earth that "calls":
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FERTILELY»
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Respectable revival of 'Earnest' from Chesapeake Shakespeare …
All in all, a worthy reminder of Wilde's genius not only for word-play — no one has used the English language more fertilely — and sublime ... «Baltimore Sun, Mar 15»
American Shakespeare Center celebrates at the Complete …
... the seas and the centuries to take root everywhere,” said Dr. Cohen, “but nowhere more deeply or fertilely than in a barn in Winedale, Texas. «Augusta Free Press, Oct 14»
'Life Itself' Director Steve James and Chaz Ebert Reflect on Legacy …
And I think that one of the reasons it works – if it works in the film well – is because we've fertilely planted the fields. I think when people would ... «Comic Book Resources, Jul 14»
From one book on the Sarajevo Haggadah, many stories
... Muslims, and Christians coexisted peacefully, even fertilely; how the Inquisition and expulsion of the Jews landed the codex in Venice, where ... «Boston Globe, Apr 14»
A Point of View: On bees and beings
As I brooded these long and buzzing thoughts, my wife, queen bee of our home, thought more fertilely. She knew that the real issue was not ... «BBC News, Jun 12»
Capper bounces out of Apprentice
Cut to a close up of the beauty queen opening a bottle of fertilely foamy champagne gushing out of the bottle at hip height and the producers ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Oct 11»
When my sibling rivalry got professional
And then — because even the tiniest confidence breeds as much and as fertilely as doubt — the respondent would reply and mean: “Either way ... «Salon, Oct 11»
Sudanese leader offers insight on politics, oil and Farrakhan
... alone harvesters, irrigation systems and modern machineries that you would expect to see in territories (as fertilely rich) as Southern Sudan.”. «FinalCall.com News, May 10»