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There the house was--the nine windows, the unprolific vine.
This however made her a rather unprolific painter, rendering Weinstein's collection all the more remarkable.
And Joffrey's unprolific nature as a choreographer--despite the talent he displayed in ballets like Gamelon, Pas des Deeses, and the psychedelic Astarte--hasn't stopped Palmer, Hughes, and Whitener from avidly pursuing their own choreographic craft.
But rather far that stem device,/The sponsors chose that round thy cradle stood/In the dim, unventured wood,/The Veritas that lurks beneath/The letters unprolific sheath.
Two goals - one from the suddenly prolific Kevin Campbell, second in the hit parade, to the horror of his detractors, who all long to earn pounds 35,000-a week - and another from the serially unprolific Thomas Gravesen nailed Fulham to the floor in first-half added time.
Unknown, unprolific," a "void," a "vacuum," a "dark power hid" (BU 3:1-7; E 70), Blake deliberately recalls Burke's account of the sublime as an "idea of Power" that transcends representation, whose "ruling principle" is "terror" in "obscurity," and that is associated with "All general privations," such as "Vacuity, Darkness, Solitude, and Silence.
And there is no doubt the Scouser was a big miss against Villa, while the lack of knee injury victim Shola Ameobi in the frontline meant Newcastle also lacked presence, if not another unprolific finisher.
5 TED CHIANG, STORIES OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS (TOR, 2002) Notoriously unprolific, Chiang has published only twelve, tightly wound works of speculative fiction since his debut in 1990 with "Tower of Babylon.
So this set, which collects the decidedly unprolific musician's solo output -- "The Nightfly," "Kamakiriad" and last year's "Morph the Cat" -- along with 10 stray tracks on a bonus disc, will delight the faithful.
Southgate pinned his hopes on signing an unprolific goal scorer in Alan Smith, and then when he turned us down, he signed Mido.