PROGENY


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progeny

[′präj·ə·nē]
(biology)
Offspring; descendants.

PROGENY

1961. Report generator for UNIVAX SS90.
References in classic literature ?
True, the shock of their fall was communicated to the cerebral cells, but they died immediately, before they could have progeny. You and I are descended from those that did not strike bottom; that is why you and I, in our dreams, never strike bottom.
This other-self of mine is an ancestor, a progenitor of my progenitors in the early line of my race, himself the progeny of a line that long before his time developed fingers and toes and climbed up into the trees.
And forthwith he employed himself on the stolid countenance of one of his wooden progeny, and completed it in his own mechanical style, from which he was never known afterwards to deviate.
There is no exception to the rule that every organic being naturally increases at so high a rate, that if not destroyed, the earth would soon be covered by the progeny of a single pair.
Her instinctive fear of the father of her progeny was toning down.
He had sojourned among various tribes, and perhaps left progeny among them all; but his regular, or habitual wife, was a Sioux squaw.
He was naturally a very nervous, shuddering sort of little fellow, this bread-faced steward; the progeny of a bankrupt baker and a hospital nurse.
Let the three-headed guardian of the gate, And all the monstrous progeny of hell, The doleful concert join: a lover dead Methinks can have no fitter obsequies.
elegans, transmitted from parent to progeny via eggs and sperm cells.
NEIGHBOURING breeders combined to produce the Bluefaced Leicester champion at this year's Wales and South West Progeny Show.
During the two-years under review, Dunhill Star from the Norther dancer bloodline was represented by his best progeny to date-Big Bravo, who had demonstrated an ability to become a high class runner amassing worth in prizes.
Progeny 1 resulted from the cross between sexual plant S10 and 'Tanzania' grass; progeny 2 from the cross between the S10 sexual plant and 'Mombaca' grass; and progeny 3 from the cross between sexual parent S12 and 'Tanzania' grass.