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use "fertile" in a sentence

Soil becomes more fertile and we can revegetate dry areas, says Fell.

But in the Balkans, these radical versions don't fall on fertile soil.

Obviously, the seeds of suspicion fell on fertile ground in eastern Ukraine.

For nearly twenty years, this area has been fertile ground for dinosaur discoveries.

More fertile than other islands in the Zanzibar archipelago, its main cash crop is cloves.

In Pakistan, most of the country is fed by the lush, fertile plains of one such region: Punjab.

The most dominant ethnic group in Pakistan is the Punjabis, who live on the fertile land of the Indus River Valley.

Children have a fertile imagination which must be encouraged in order for them to become creative adults.

The fertile valleys and irrigated plains of Uzbekistan contain good soil, and are intensively farmed.

This is likely because young females are more fit and fertile.27.

Ben Stein once remarked that personal relationships are the fertile soil from which all advancement, all success, all achievement in real life grows.

Many homeowners in Lithuania take advantage of the fertile soil in that country to plant large vegetable gardens.

While Bangladesh is not a rich country, it has fertile farming land, and a resourceful population.

These dykes created the ideal fertile soil that the Annapolis Valley is known for.

Most of the people of China live on the fertile plains and hills of central and eastern China.

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