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In this way, the Fellows program, if successful, will grow high-potential saplings into strong, tall trees that bear fruit into perpetuity.
One Bear Fruit Bar contains about 200 mg potassium but just 10 mg sodium.
We've learned some heavy lessons along the way, but all that hard work is starting to bear fruit.
President Barack Obama said that negotiations between Turkey and Armenia could bear fruit very quickly.
He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful.
Staller's impact on the lives of FFA members will bear fruit for generations.
If we do not do this, if we do not bear fruit, we risk judgment and separation from God.
After all, one of the most chronic problems with school reform is the lack of patience with bold, innovative reforms that take at least a few years to bear fruit.
It is hoped that all Lebanese will help to preserve it and make it bear fruit.
Staff never expected the potted banana plant to bear fruit.
Of Bristol they write that 'as a pineapple can be persuaded to bear fruit in a hot-bed of manure, so the Rococo flourished unexpectedly in that unlikely city'.
The country is one of the poorest in the world, and host to 400,000 refugees from other countries in the region, but economic reforms are beginning to bear fruit.