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reproducer

[¦rē·prə¦düs·ər]
(computer science)
A punched-card machine that reads a punched card and duplicates part or all of its contents by punching another card. Also known as punched-card reproducer.

reproducer

An early tabulating machine that duplicated punch cards.
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Reasonable pay to the reproducer of the assortment under the obligatory permit observing the way of the assortment, the consumption caused by the raiser in creating it and other significant components, and
At the opposite end of the spectrum, Reproducers are relatively short-lived (decades), they have single (often subterranean) stems with no basal suckers under natural conditions, produce only one cone per plant (at least for females), and rely heavily on sexual reproduction (e.
Bacteria were isolated during an outbreak in larval rearing and reproducers of L.
Under such circumstances, the firm would be expected to continue the role of reproducer (rather than innovator) of current business practices.
On a continuum between the two poles of reproducer and innovator, reproducer organizations are defined as organizations whose routines and competencies vary imperceptibly from those of existing organizations in established populations.
A three-letter code of ISE produces these apparently dissimilar occupations: Cardiologist, Psychologist, Actuary, Perfumer, Aerial-Photograph Interpreter, and Furniture Reproducer.
But, as I shall argue below, the abolition of the patrilineal registration system has not automatically led to women's emancipation, while the collectivization of the economy effectively forced women to bear the double burden of producer and reproducer -- a picture similar to Eastem European state socialism.
The multiplicity of state identity means that actors can struggle against particular aspects of state identity while mobilizing others: "While such organizations tried to maintain a distance or separation from certain aspects of state identity--representative of elite interests, legitimizer of the status quo, reproducer of social/sexual inequality--they linked themselves to others--democratic, public funder, policymaking power" (p.
A typical of 3dB SNR gain has been measured at the reproducer by employing this technique.
This farm is part of the agro-industrial holding "Grana-Khabary" and has the status of a pedigree reproducer.
US-based Goodrich Corporation has been selected by Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air to provide high density video reproducer units (VRU) to upgrade the airline's Airbus A330 fleet in-flight entertainment system.