Moreover, Stanev notes that this barrage of the senses was neither simple, predictable, nor tractable--a fluid pattern that made sensory experience fertile material
for representation on London's stages.
More than 30 years after "The Right Stuff" Philip Kaufman's 1983 movie based on Tom Wolfe's tome devoted to the Mercury 7 space program, "The Astronaut Wives Club" seems like inordinately fertile material
for a primetime soap.
Obviously there's a lot of fertile material
to play with, so things that happen on the show have been ending up on our list of stories to tackle for a couple years now.
The fertile material
was removed once the release of the spores occurred.
It is used literally in reference to the finite range of the works discussed in the present essay; and it is a shaded allusion to the (symbolic) points of the compass, pointers to the journeys that have provided (and continue to provide) the artist with rich and fertile material
for her equally rich and fertile creative imagination.
At least one herbarium voucher with fertile material
was collected per locality.
The libraries and information science is not far from these affairs as the information specialist in the modern age become a fertile material
for scientific studies and attention in order to qualify and develop his/her abilities to be able to deal with the world of knowledge and its requirements.
As far back as John Hershey in the 1940s, others have found fertile material
in Hiroshima's barren ashes, but Charles Pellegrino has found new angles on this most controversial event of the war.
Jade Goody , the G20 and even Josef Fritzl have all provided fertile material
The use of thallus fragments to produce plantlets by vegetative growth (asexual reproduction) removes the need for fertile material
and spore production.
Alcyona has developed a writing and arranging style that pays great attention to subtle musical colours and textures, and gives, I imagine, a lot of fertile material
Adam, whose choreography is known for its gorgeous distortion of classical vocabulary, has fertile material
to work with: "Curtain" is a bittersweet narrative that explores themes of loss and raw human interaction.