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There's been limited acreage of southern highbush blueberries because their lack of vigor has made them difficult to grow.
A study by Sanders and Brizzolara (1982) reported in the Journal of General Psychology found that high humidity was a predictor for lack of vigor, elation and affection.
Among the reasons for the poor results, the Tokyo-based company said sales of fashion-related items, which tend to be affected greatly by weather conditions, stagnated amid the lack of vigor in personal consumption.
Faculty and students reported similar levels of overall stress, fatigue, anger, negative moods and lack of vigor.
When the world fell in love with hybrid teas in the 1940s, growers began budding (grafting) these roses onto other rootstocks to compensate for their lack of vigor.
There was also a lack of vigor in Germany: The art scene was far from lively and the market anything but strong.
Hahn: Since the principal complaint against you as city attorney is a lack of vigor, what vision and energy would you bring to the Mayor's Office if elected in 2001?
9%, reflecting the continuation of weak personal consumption and the lack of vigor in corporate capital spending.
president and chief operating officer of Coltec Industries, noted, "Incoming orders continue to reflect the lack of vigor in the manufacturing sector of the U.
president and chief operating officer of Coltec Industries, noted, "Incoming orders during the 1992 second quarter continued to reflect the lack of vigor in the manufacturing sector of the U.
Similarly, in the electronics market, due to the unfavorable market for semiconductors, the lack of vigor in overseas markets, and restraint on investment in the financial and securities industries, overall demand for computers, telecommunications systems and electronic devices has become weak.