Selective [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Selective:

It has its proof in the past history of the selective power of love.

His mind was a selective soil, in which only good seed could germinate.

The machinery for the selective draft had merely been started.

The material as well as the workers needed this selective power.

The selective effect of them is in the resistance to the fashions or subjection to them.

In that matter of education, her selective abilities had been indeed good.

And this selective desire is none other than the universal Law of Attraction.

We must replace Nature's selective death-rate by a selective birth-rate.

Factors: (a) selective planting, (b) cross-pollination, (c) hybridizing.

What the selective absorption of the atmosphere of Venus may be, we do not know.