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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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Subsequent to giving a chance to the reproducer of such an assortment to record a resistance and, in the wake of hearing the gatherings, the Authority may, on grounds (b) and (c), arrange the breeder to permit anybody keen on undertaking creation, conveyance and offer of the seed or other engendering material of the varieties.
villosus population consisting of 1000 relatively short-lived adults with a reproducer type life history (Donaldson, 1995b).
He further gives a analysis and break up of major product categories , major countries and major Indian ports under Electrical Machinery, Equipment, Sound Recorders and Reproducers, Television Image and Sound Recorders and Reproducers and its parts as follows :
However, this conception involves the risk of allowing journalists to act as mere reproducers of the morality of the majority, and to renounce to their critical role in making society reflect on their reality from a more impartial and critical point of view.
For example more than 6 million M1 Carbines were made between 1941 and 1945, yet there has been a passel of M1 Carbine reproducers over the last 40 years, and Auto-Ordnance is making them right now--even to the point of copying the M1A1 "paratrooper" model with its folding stock.
Bacteria were isolated during an outbreak in larval rearing and reproducers of L.
A colony of cells could now improve both traits at the same time, by making some cells exclusively reproducers and others survivors.
Here women re-present women not as witnesses to conflict, victims, or reproducers but as active participants in social change and development.
Iris, who worked as a comptometer operator at Bulpitt &Sons from 1944-48, married William Bulpitt, great grandson of the founder and personnel director at the firm until its sale to Birmingham Sound Reproducers (BSR) in the early 1970s.
By this definition, children become the reproducers and shapers of media culture.
SARASOTA, FL -- For professional photographers and fine-art reproducers looking for a competitive edge and additional profit centers in a challenging economy, the Great Output Seminar provides practical steps and proven pathways to high-quality image output, efficient workflows, more sales and higher profit margins.
Cloning makes it possible to perpetuate lines of the most powerful reproducers or those whose products, like milk, show the best characteristics.