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1 desert continually encroaches on the fertile land.
2 Anything grows in this fertile ground.
3 But the Arabs had a strict policy not to export any fertile beans, so that coffee could not be cultivated anywhere else.
4 The rest is scraped out in cassava and banana from what should be a fertile land but is unforgiving; this year's harvest has failed.
5 Tea grows well in these fertile mountain fields.
6 On rocky hillsides there are wooden huts and in wooded valleys, towns of brick. Arid uplands are irrigated and planted with leafy gardens, whereas, on fertile plains, the parks are paved with stone.
7 plants luxuriated in the fertile soil.
8 It is the same in unrelated fertile men, but it is different in the sperm of infertile men.
9 Using every fertile inch, farmers harvest rice in the hills of Yunnan Province.
10 China's topography is varied and complicated, with towering mountains, basins of different sizes, undulating plateaus and hills, and flat and fertile plains.
11 area between the Black Sea and the Caspian is beautiful, fertile, mountainous—and much fought over, most recently in August 2008 when Russia and Georgia went to war.
12 first half of 2009 was fertile territory for investment bankers as markets rebounded and companies (not least Banks themselves) rushed to raise debt and equity.
13 fertile, sneaky fathers do share these paternal traits, while sons of attractive fathers are equally appealing, but have similarly impoverished ejaculate.
14 The pasture was fertile, and there were easy revenues for the taking from Russian cities and Caspian caravans.
15 keep the grassland fertile and prevent woody plants from encroaching on the savanna.
16 Around the year 59 BC, Julius Caesar established a settlement for his veteran troops in the fertile river valley of the Arno.
17 Likewise, land long under the sea can suddenly pop up, presenting gasping and dying sea life and deep muck that eventually dries to form new and very fertile soil.
18 said polar bears and grizzlies have been successfully paired in zoos and that their offspring are fertile, but there had been no documented case in the wild.
19 Over time, lava and ash break down to form fertile soils ideal for agriculture.
20 Villages speckle the slopes of Mount Merapi, where fertile land lures farmers into a volcanic hazard zone.
21 Fertile land, rich in food, known as the "granary Jidong" known.
22 great civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and the area we refer to as the Fertile Crescent, of which a little part here about the size of Rhode Island is Canaan.
23 This chart gives you a summary of some of the critical thermal-neutron cross sections of important fissile and fertile nuclides.
24 Companies that succeed in these neglected emerging markets are not only putting down roots in the world's most fertile soil.
25 Improbably, the traumas suffered as a result of South Africa's white-minority rule have now become one of cinema's most fertile territories.
26 defend the pore by gluing themselves to intruders, blocking the entrance and protecting the younger, fertile insects cloistered within.
27 Advanced biofuels from cellulosic material - plant waste and wood - are better, because they don't compete directly with food, but they still need reasonably fertile land in which to grow.
28 are many problems with living in the desert; lack of fertile soil for farming, arid temperatures and sand getting into food when eating outside.
29 in 1859 by African-Americans and Portuguese who carved out homesteads in the fertile valleys.
30 Travelling on the Ningxia Plains, one sees everywhere canals and weeping willows surrounding the homesteads, like the fertile plains lying south of the Yangtse River.