replicator

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rep·li·ca·tor

(rep'li-kā'tŏr),
The specific site of a bacterial genome (chromosome) at which replication begins.

replicator

[rep′likā′tər]
Etymology: L, replicare
a segment of DNA that initiates and controls the replication of the molecule.

rep·li·ca·tor

(rep'li-kā-tŏr)
The specific site of a bacterial genome (chromosome) at which replication begins.
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The next challenging task replicators face is creating the right materials for the slurry pump.
Yet one thing we didn't see on Star Trek were the harried engineers scrambling to keep up with backlog of malfunctioning replicators, nor annoyed crew members clamoring for service: "Hey, Scotty, you said you'd fix my replicator three days ago " And not once did we see Kirk or Spock on hold with tech support
Doug Palmer, a VP at Crest National, said the practice of replicators not paying royalties is having a negative effect on the industry.
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The replicators also must be able to harness energy.
Replicators are a bit uncomfortable with 3M's 2-P dual-layer/single-sided process because they haven't seen it used commercially, whereas dual-sided SD production has been demonstrated at the WEA manufacturing plant in Olyphant, Pa.
Soon, the expected opening up of the market for high-density compact discs (HDCDs) will create new business and require disc replicators to establish new quality/productivity parameters.