As the Conklin Foundation notes, "No writer, or perhaps anyone, has hunted Africa more prolifically
than Craig, starting with his first safari in Kenya in 1977.
published poet, grandmother, ex-teacher, and award-nominated poet Mary Caskey makes her poetry anthology debut in "Where Roots Echo".
Azure into adulthood, and this prolifically
published poet shows her varied experiences in her debut anthology of poetry and short stories in "In Mi'kmaq Country: Selected Poems & Stories".
With his co-author Neil Howe, Strauss wrote most prolifically
on the cohort they described as the "millennials"--the generation born between 1982 and 1998.
You'll harvest some worms with the finished vermicompost, but they breed so quickly and prolifically
under these conditions--it's a bonus, not a problem.
Even two or three plants will give more flowers than you can keep up with, self seeding prolifically
to ensure your garden will always have their blooms.
Star-shaped flowers with yellow centers bloom prolifically
above narrow green leaves.
Each has recorded prolifically
and toured worldwide.
The cells sprout branches prolifically
and extend them rapidly.
Although professional and personal rivalries saw his work marginalised by his contemporaries, Howitt, Fison and Spencer, Mathews published prolifically
with 170 papers in local and international journals by his death in 1918.
Taylor wrote most prolifically
in her "midlife" years from age forty to sixty-two.
It may be that you make room for new plants when you remove something you get tired of or when you lose patience with a plant that was supposed to flower prolifically
but, for some unknown reason, gives you nothing but leaves.