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reproduce

(rē′prə-do͞os′)
v.
1. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
2. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
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While the older cells eventually died, their offspring survived long enough to reproduce even in the harsh environments.
The new panel can reproduce blacker blacks and the details of dark images thanks to its new "Crystal Emissive Layer.
During an IRS examination, the taxpayer must be able to retrieve and reproduce electronically stored and machine-sensible books and records (including hard copies, if requested).
A "duplicate" is a counterpart produced by the same impression as the original, or from the same matrix, or by means of photography, including enlargements and miniatures, or by mechanical or electronic rerecording or by chemical reproduction, or by other equivalent technique which accurately reproduces the original.
Range of linearity as measured by the Deviation from Absolute Linearity (DAL) test is an important metric of fidelity for digital amplifiers by indicating ability to accurately reproduce the low level tones and harmonics that give audio its richness, detail, and clarity.
On the other hand, aging seems to occur universally in organisms that reproduce asymmetrically, for example, those whose offspring start out smaller than the parents.
Most important, this text reproduces the marginal notes in their proper place surrounding the text (not relegated to footnotes as in earlier editions), thereby highlighting their status as glosses that often expand upon the personal narrative of the text or else relate events in the larger world to it.
If a virus strain can reproduce with minimum threat from the immune system, he said, then it will change little and quickly dominate.
We believe this coupling demonstrates that, it not only closely reproduces the phenotype of Alzheimer's; it also opens up an important new perspective for Alzheimer's biomarker identification, and the development of new Alzheimer's disease diagnostics.
intestinalis reproduces sexually, Logsdon notes that a discreet sex life might turn up after further study.
For example, Moon reproduces Cornell's Medici Boy Box, and mentions his boxes for Lauren Bacall, but then neglects any discussion of the ways in which Cornell's strategies in these works of repetition, mingled cultural reference, star-struck tribute, and kitschy materials might have provided tools for Warhol or other artists of the same generation.
The Getty's facsimile reproduces all the miniatures from all three volumes of Simon's Hours in color and in their original sequence.