Reproduce

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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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If we could, this year, exactly reproduce, in your case, the conditions as they existed last year, it is physiologically certain that we should arrive at exactly the same result.
The next step is to reproduce, as nearly as we can, the domestic circumstances which surrounded you last year.
But he persevered for months, at such times as he was able to come to the cabin, until at last by repeated experimenting he found a position in which to hold the pencil that best permitted him to guide and control it, so that at last he could roughly reproduce any of the little bugs.
14 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a microbe that is able to stay forever young by rejuvenating every time it reproduces itself.
During good times--for example, when the yeast equivalent of the stock market looks solid at 14,000--yeast reproduces asexually.
The wood's grain and figure is reproduced in all of its various designs and textures on top of the white coat in much the same manner as the youngster in school reproduces the image of a buffalo nickel by placing a sheet of paper over the coin and rubbing it with a pencil.
Changing course from the previous generation, this one has a double set of chromosomes and reproduces without sex.
In fact, this artificial horizon reproduces the effects of the sun in transit above the Venetian Mediterranean, but a condensed version: Within fifteen minutes, every viewer can experience the rich range of color and varying degrees of brightness of light on a single day, from sunrise to sunset.
Black Panel" reproduces blacker blacks thanks to Pioneer's newly developed "Crystal Emissive Layer".
While the darker Ebano series reproduces natural brown to grey tones.
As mistletoe grows and reproduces, the shoots, flowers, and berries provide food for a variety of creatures.
In regard to the first text, Poggio's De praestantia of April 1435, Canfora reproduces -- with some slight improvements -- Giuliana Crevatin's edition, first published in Poggio Bracciolini 1380-1980 (Florence, 1982), 281-342.