Both the Symbolist resistance in the 1890s and the Dada and Surrealist resistance in the 1920s and 1930s had a reinvigorating, fructifying
effect on the object of their resistance, and pure painting emerged all the stronger--all the stronger in its dominance--from their opposition.
Instead of money going up in smoke it could be fructifying
in your pension fund or lopping years off your mortgage.
But by the century's end, intensely supervised imperialism under colonial secretary Joseph Chamberlain made Britain the major player in fructifying
, as in ruling, the Earth.
Just as the Holy Spirit breathed Life into life on the sixth day of creation, the church of Jesus Christ received, on Pentecost, its vocation -- as yeast, the fructifying
agent of the Bread of Life for our fragile world.
As Matsuda puts it, language itself was a rich and fructifying
"memory," which lived on not only in the spoken words but also in the speakers' bodies - the French people's voice organs, properly trained and disciplined.
National Audubon declared the project a fine one, and has been leading nature tours around the site, showing how pelf and preservation can exist as the most fructifying