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  • He was very productive during the final twenty-five years of his life.
  • Although he did have a productive season in, he was never the same.
  • He did this in the hope of his child living a long and productive life.
  • They decided that with him in the band they could no longer be a productive family.
  • The current production rate is about, making it the fourth most productive oil field in the world.
  • He remained productive at the plate early on, but could do little else.
  • These sessions were not particularly productive however and they left a week early.
  • However, he changed his mind, claiming a hand injury had made her less productive.
  • In this setting, she was able to be productive as a writer once more.
  • Only about half of the total area is considered productive.
  • It has been shown that some school districts do not use their funds in the most productive way.
  • The latter has become a particularly productive, yet highly contested term in cultural studies.
  • However, they can be very productive in good conditions and high food availability.
  • However, he believed that logic alone did not give rise to productive thinking.
  • Population is large where the overall productive power is large.
  • He was productive from his earliest years until his death.
  • The soil is poor in the northern part of the island and is most productive only in the southern part.
  • Play is included as a productive occupation as it is often the primary activity for children.
  • His population, having been at war for the better part of twenty years, needed to be allowed to become productive again.
  • The most productive forest is located in the central and eastern portions of the state.
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Meaning of productive

  • adjective Producing or capable of producing (especially abundantly)
    productive farmland, his productive years, a productive collaboration