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A life filled with hardship, though, yields a rich harvest of material.
A terrified individual always fled, yielding a rich harvest of delicious emotion.
The asteroid-moving and mining operations that began at the dawn of Earth's space age had yielded a rich harvest.
Her acres of oak trees yielded a rich harvest of truffles every winter (and still do).
Beginning with strawberry crops in late spring and continuing until the pumpkins turn autumn fields bright orange, the family-owned island farms yield a rich harvest.
But in all three accounts of the parable there are sufficient true believers to yield a rich harvest, thirty and sixty and a hundredfold.
If we truly live for him, we can accept failure, suffering, even death, as part of his plan, part of the journey which will yield a rich harvest.
Reviving an old Anglo-Saxon agricultural custom, Boscobel officials say, the proceedings will begin outdoors next Saturday among the trees that yielded a rich harvest this year.
The approach has yielded a rich harvest of understanding in Indo-European studies and should prove to be no less enlightening in African studies, as Ruel's analysis shows.
Jesus said that "Unless a grain of wheat falls on the ground and dies, it remains only a single grain; but if it dies, it yields a rich harvest."
The Queen's encouragements of the theatre not only pumped fresh air into the London theatre, but theatre was also understood as "something destined to yield a rich harvest in the future" (9).
Meteorite's Show, Part 2 The huge fireball that lighted up the Yukon in northwestern Canada one night in January has yielded a rich harvest: about two pounds of meteorite fragments.
These treasures do not serve him; his purpose is to deprive, to keep their use from men, to sap our strength by denying us what might yield a richer harvest than any of us here has known.
The novel takes place along the Georgia coastline in 1837, where the prosperous Montrose plantation continues to yield a rich harvest of cotton each year, which is gathered by the slaves of the plantation.
Moreover a commercial angle of this destruction is yielding rich dividends because the pressing need for abortion and euthanasia will not only yield a rich harvest of organs for sale, but work towards Population Control.
When Ruska had left, Shikin congratulated himself on his psychological insight, paced back and forth in his office and rubbed his small hands: an enthusiast like this promised to yield a rich harvest of information.
They had been excavated and yielded a rich harvest of Iron Age pottery, Roman coins and bits and pieces left over from the Civil War, and Caroline was always hopeful of finding something herself.
Sometimes together, sometimes with collaborators like Larry Katz, Mr. Reich's right-hand economist - have found that testing the conventional wisdom on trendy topics like the minimum wage, mandated benefits and immigration can yield a rich harvest of unexpected results.
The B-factories yielded a rich harvest of results, including the first observation of CP violation outside of the kaon system, measurements of the CKM parameters |V| and |V|, and measurements of purely leptonic B meson decays.
This novel had been published four years before but Ribbon had never read it, nor indeed any of the works of Mr. Scott Smith before the recently published one, but he thought this fat volume might yield a rich harvest, if Carol Conway were anything to go by.
Despite the problems created by dust, astronomers said that preliminary analysis of the data would yield a rich harvest of information about the origin and nature of interplanetary dust, about why the Sun's corona is much hotter than the surface of the Sun itself, and about a variety of other solar system puzzles.
If barriers really are removed, free trade and investment in both regions will yield a rich harvest of reforms in the dynamic economies of East Asia and South America, but only modest changes will be required in North American policies affecting most manufacturing sectors (with the important exception of apparel).