He stared, amazed, at his own progeny.
Hedge funds and private equity are the progeny of this course towards liberalisation.
However, clones and their progeny have not yet been studied throughout the whole of their natural life span.
Lastly, pressure is being exerted by the WTO 2000 negotiations, given that Agenda 2000 is the progeny of WTO 2000.
His numerous progeny are scattered all over the country.
He was surrounded by his numerous progeny.
It was a ban on cloned animals and products derived from them, and the monitoring and labelling of first progeny, naturally within reasonable limits.
Concerning the general health conditions of clones, the EFSA opinion states that there is no indication of adverse effects for the sexually reproduced progeny of cattle or pig clones.
Yes, we need more information and data on cloning techniques and the way in which progenies of cloned animals should be handled from a regulatory perspective.
I am in favour of the exclusion of foods produced from cloned animals and their progeny from the regulation's area of application.