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It objectively deprives conjugal fruitfulness of its unity and integrity, it brings about and manifests a rupture between genetic parenthood, gestational parenthood, and responsibility for upbringing.
Which is why I welcome this season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.
Future generations will celebrate the fruitfulness of God's grace in us as the great earth rolls around the sun.
Not for me the coloured leaves, the mists and mellow fruitfulness.
So, if you are of the opinion that I am unreasonable in my distrust of October, just think of what history tells us about the way in which the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness treats investors.
So a visit to the hospital chapel for its Harvest Festival last Sunday was a chance to give thanks for the arrival of this tiny addition to autumn's fruitfulness.
If we do get an Indian summer the September days do provide some of the finest foods of the season of mellow fruitfulness.
Bill oddie's shocking pronouncement at the end of his splendid Autumn Watch BBC programme, that if we really wanted to experience the season of mists, mellow fruitfulness and surprisingly horny stags, we should switch the TV off and get out into the dank, decaying woods ourselves, sent the shivers up the whole family.
The store's Romance And Legends range concentrates on the rich colouring of cornflower blue, frosted pink and mocha to invoke the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.
More positively, it rests on the exaltation of conjugal love and fruitfulness, a central biblical theme.
Najafi pointed of the fruitfulness of the latest round of two-day negotiations between the IAEA and Iran, saying, the talks were fruitful and serious.
However, don't let mist and mellow fruitfulness deceive.