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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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At first he conceived of having a harp at one end of the wire, and a speaking-trumpet at the other, so that the tones of the voice would be reproduced by the strings of the harp.
He listened and learned what even he had not known before, that a solid metallic body could take up from the air all the countless varieties of vibrations produced by speech, and that these vibrations could be carried along a wire and reproduced exactly by a second metallic body.
Records of orchestral works and of the playing of the best bands may be reproduced in the teacher's studio with surprisingly good effect.
Too often, however, these limitations are superseded by an even greater problem: the results of many "landmark" preclinical studies, offering new treatment avenues, cannot be reproduced.
The last condition in Definition 1, called "the reproducing property," means that the value of the function f at the point x is reproduced by the inner product of f with K(*, X).
Washington, July 15 ( ANI ): Wheat and barley mildew offspring from asexual reproduction are normally more successful than their sexually reproduced counterparts, experts have revealed.
had reproduced over a 12-month period without our licence or authorisation," SPH spokeswoman Chin Soo Fang said.
had allegedly 'reproduced substantially' on its websites over a 12-month period between November 2010 and October 2011.
The third group, which reproduced asexually and thus lacked genetic diversity, got slaughtered by the parasite.
The "Red Queen" problem so affected the asexual snarls that it gave the sexy variant of Potamopyrgus antipodarum an edge: The asexuals increased and then almost died out, but the sexual snails reproduced reliably, multiplying at a steady pace.