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At least that’s what some of the party’s more prolific legislators fear.As Virginia Democrats rein themselves in with bill limits, some legislators see lost opportunities|Laura Vozzella|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
Though their roster is peppered with prolific scoring talent, Maryland won’t be able to rely on offense alone to blast through high-level competition.No. 12 Maryland women lose their way on defense in an 81-72 defeat to No. 24 Missouri State|Ava Wallace|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
Ashley Hayek, the prolific fundraiser who last year threatened to challenge Krvaric’s leadership, moved away.Even Deeper in the Wilderness, San Diego Republicans Face Major Choice|Scott Lewis|November 24, 2020|Voice of San Diego
After the war, he became a leading modern art gallery owner in Paris as well as a prolific author on his wartime experiences.Daniel Cordier, French Resistance hero, dies at 100|Phil Davison|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
This trait makes his prolific work in the horror genre, including Bly Manor’s predecessor The Haunting of Hill House, initially baffling.Netflix’s The Haunting of Bly Manor is a calm, loving study in how to exorcise your ghosts|Aja Romano|October 9, 2020|Vox
Its great prolificacy, strong constitution, quick growth, and large size make it a favorite with squab growers.Our Domestic Birds|John H. Robinson
The advantages of prolificacy are so apparent that it is unnecessary to dilate upon them.
These are not so much specialised structure as courage, a good constitution, mental capacity and prolificacy.
That the Mulattoes of the Germanic and Ethiopian races possess little prolificacy: 2.
This great prolificacy is what makes the scale so serious a pest.Apple Growing|M. C. Burritt