The proliferation of zany burger toppings came next as an inevitable by-product of the high-end burger fad.
One of the more fascinating bits of the book has to do with the proliferation of exchanges on which stocks can be traded.
But it led to the proliferation of electricity, which changed everything about life on Earth.
With the proliferation of commercials for pharmaceutical drugs, it's nice to come across a sweet little gem like this.
They encourage the proliferation of bifida, a very important kind of bacteria.
That cells, still retaining the same nature, increase by self-division or proliferation, is admitted by almost every one.
The 70s witnessed a proliferation of multilateral assistance programs.
The gonads originate by proliferation of the anterior wall of the pericardium.
This phenomenon is known as proliferation of the floral axis.
proliferation of tubers is sometimes seen in Potatoes still attached to the parent plant in wet weather following a drought.
proliferation pro·lif·er·a·tion (prə-lĭf'ə-rā'shən)
The growth and reproduction of similar cells.