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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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The top category during 2013 was machinery, sound recorder, reproducers and parts', which contributed 48.
An analysis of Thoni's plight in The Black Hermit provides that she is found to be trapped within a double bind: on the one hand she has commitment toward the nation being a legitimate (10) reproducer of posterity, and on the other, her ethnic ties prevent her from remarrying even after her present husband has rejected her.
delivery of library shelving systems, sofa two seater , working tables, chairs , beanbags and selected by the reading foundation german children ~s books and magazines , audio books , dvds, board games , tablet computers and reproducers with headphones (standard equipment of reading clubs ) .
4) "In acceptiunea mea si potrvit semnificapor derivate din diversele interpretari date notiunii de identitate politica la nivel colectiv societal in vasta literatura de profil, identitatea politica denota existenta unei structuri politice constitutive si coordonatoare, in fapt statala, precum si constiinta de sine a actorilor sistemului statal de guvernare asupra specificitatii, continuitatii sau reproducers conditiilor de existenta si scopurilor fundamentale pe care le propune, le urmareste si le realizeaza in numele si interesul comunitatii mationale pe care o reprezinta"--Ibidem.
While Jewish men and women historically have had different roles in defining Israel's boundaries--men as defenders of borders and women as enablers and reproducers of the nation--it is Jewish men who have been perceived as central to the Zionist Project, not women.
Lastly, Third World/Transnational feminists see women as producers and reproducers.
Baird proposed a fourth orientation, the new equity orientation that acknowledges the role of women in contemporary society as both producers and reproducers.
This article demonstrates that rural girls and women in South Sudan throughout the ages have always been ignored, notwithstanding the fact that the real survival of society therein, is dependent upon them, as producers and reproducers of society.
Lionfish are incredibly fast reproducers, and they are all over the place.
Despite this delegitimization, black women and mothers, under the coinage "mothers of the nation," are conceptualized as both biological and social reproducers.
The idea of communitarian justice departs from similar suppositions about the indigenous as organically tied to their traditions and territories, as basically rural, and as genuine reproducers of their cultural legacies (Ley de deslinde jurisdiccional, Articles 2, 4).
Writing Women, Culture and Fascism, Pickering-Iazzi states that in "the interwar years, hegemonic discourses effectively repressed the subject of female sexuality," adding that "Fascist discourses designed to solicit women as heroically pure reproducers of the nation invoked immaculate, sexless figures-the Virgin Mother and the angel of home and hearth" (119).