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4 A business cannot thrive without investment.
5 I believe that your business will thrive more this year.
6 Children thrive on fresh air and good food.
7 These hardy mountain folk seem to thrive on the cold.
8 Today his company continues to thrive.
9 She seems to thrive on stress.
10 These animals rarely thrive in captivity.
11 Flowers will not thrive without sunshine.
12 These animals thrive on the leaves of certain trees.
13 He that by the plough would thrive himself must either hold or drive.
14 New businesses thrive in this area.
15 Many people thrive on a stressful lifestyle.
16 Few plants or animals thrive in the desert.
17 Some people seem to thrive on stress.
18 While the insects thrive,[www.Sentencedict.com] residues from years of spraying are showing up in the water and food that humans consume.
19 Earthworms have extremely sensitive skins and can not thrive under acid conditions.
20 Loving relationships thrive in an open and honest environment, not in dark rooms behind locked doors.
21 If the trend continues, only plants which thrive in such pollution can be expected to survive.
22 A lot of plants thrive and flower in partial shade.
23 While the espionage business continues to thrive, its remit has changed.
24 I wouldn't want that much pressure, but she seems to thrive on it.
25 TV coverage is the sine qua non of a sport if it is to thrive.
26 Shopping Secrets Wherever you stay you will find the Venetian glass and lace industries still thrive.
27 The one that lives along the path to the mailbox seems to thrive on cached apples.
28 Unlike the aerobic reaction that produces farmyard manure, anaerobic fermentation gives off little heat, so disease organisms thrive.
29 There are plants that need constant sun, and those that thrive in the shade.
30 Secondly, high technology industries are footloose - products such as microchips are easy to transport, and thrive in a clean environment.
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