(1) Deer are a fecund species, and they produce multiple offspring when stressed.(2) From there, Gay proceeded to cultivate a long and fecund engagement with the French Enlightenment, translating, anthologizing and interpreting key texts, and in doing so establishing himself as a major figure in the field.(3) Culture flourished in this fecund valley in 1879, when the opera house, decreed a national historic landmark in 1973, first opened.(4) Way down South, down Florida way, the land is fecund , the air is ripe with growth.(5) As I stepped inside I was not sure whether I would be confronted with refined pornography, naked couples embracing, or the usual fecund female goddess figure.(6) French women are already the second most fecund in the European Union, with an average of 1.9 children against an EU average of 1.4 and a British average of 1.6.(7) An accomplished harmonicist and vocalist, Godboo's talent has flourished in the fecund blues milieu.(8) It also argues that an ethics of difference, and a poetics to support it, are needed in order to move the course of history in a more fruitful and fecund direction.(9) The fashion world is a fecund , fruitful and fertile source of metaphoric phrases.(10) She is fertile and fecund and as naturally beautiful as you could imagine.(11) The third generation were less fecund , one son dying as a youth, the other marrying late and having no children.(12) Until now, the only human cells thought fecund enough for the purpose of transplant growth were rare, primitive cells called stem cells.(13) It is not to Tolkien's prose that we respond; it is to his fecund , delighted, heroic imagination, his unerring moral compass, his hold to the idea of the timeless struggle between good and evil which gave birth to an entire genre.(14) Barker's language is u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510dangerously seductive, rich, fecund , muscular, poetic and especially obsceneu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb.(15) They have let loose their fecund imaginations on the facts of Barrie's life like a pack of hungry dogs.(16) Portraits were shown in decorous green rooms, while the more acidic green of the walls displaying mythological and Biblical heroines signaled the internal realm of Chasseriau's fecund imagination.