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    1. They provide for them the means to reproduce and to grow far away from the parents

    2. Therefore, it is important to reproduce vitamin C by eating foods that re rich in vitamin C

    3. If you don't take those pills you won't have that problem, but you won't reproduce either

    4. Cherubs could reproduce, so long as he had the allocation to run it

    5. “Homo Electronicus still cannot reproduce, except by cloning

    6. ’ I said, trying to reproduce his exact words ‘But that it would not be in vain … or something like that

    7. They gave them the ability to reproduce so they would have a constant supply on hand

    8. in his elbow joint, and I could reproduce no pain by

    9. She was born with the ancient human instinct to reproduce as well as possible before it’s too late

    10. In order for humans to survive as a species they had to reproduce as soon as they were able and they would be quite deteriorated by the time the children were grown

    1. He'd reproduced an artifact from his old culture, a culture that had changed beyond his recognition while he lay frozen between the stars

    2. It was, for all intents and purposes, a rum runner from the mid 20th century, reproduced using what they could of native technology

    3. In her soul, she really believed that she had reproduced because she had copied most of her own neural simulation across

    4. But if the quantity of food and clothing which were thus consumed by unproductive, had been distributed among productive hands, they would have reproduced, together with a profit, the full value of their consumption

    5. I reproduced this text? Has any relation to me?

    6. These quotations were meaningful to me and are reproduced here for your contemplation

    7. Though in representing the labour which is employed upon land as the only productive labour, the notions which it inculcates are, perhaps, too narrow and confined ; yet in representing the wealth of nations as consisting, not in the unconsumable riches of money, but in the consumable goods annually reproduced by the labour of the society, and in representing perfect liberty as the only effectual expedient for rendering this annual reproduction the greatest possible, its doctrine seems to be in every respect as just as it is generous and liberal

    8. Only my basic notes are reproduced here

    9. bugs could be reproduced at any time and can be fixed before the product gets

    10. This publication may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author

    1. First, this class, it is acknowledged, reproduces annually the value of its own annual consmnption, and continues, at least, the existence of the stock or capital which maintains and employs it

    2. "The Queen, the original progenitor, reproduces without fertilisation, without the need for a human male to impregnate her

    3. “It would seem that nature has given itself a model that it reproduces without

    4. Your body reproduces itself entirely every seven years

    5. is advisable to test it out beforehand by setting your home printer to greyscale to check that it reproduces well, although the result will not be the

    6. course of his life, and the way in which the living image reproduces his

    7. now he merely reproduces that which comes from above

    8. reproduces the form and features of the body in which the Lord last lived on

    9. conscious mind as instructions and reproduces in our beings or affairs whatever

    10. Since the diagram is the ripple of one sales event, it reproduces itself each payday when another dollar is put into the market by our employee

    1. This virus is reproducing by taking over the reproductive process of its host cells, you being the host cell

    2. Could the human mind be connected to a higher intelligence that is sending its commands wirelessly? Are human minds receiving messages from superior intelligence entities? Do we all have in our brain or mind a voice/text mail box that is operating so silently that we do not perceive it? We don't know for sure but it looks like a very good explanation to some of the following questions: Where do our thoughts come from? How are our ideas generated? Who is the creator of life that is capable of reproducing itself while developing and improving? What is the purpose of life?

    3. So far as it is employed in the second way, it promotes industry ; and though it increases the consumption of the society, it provides a permanent fund for supporting that consumption; the people who consume reproducing, with a profit, the whole value of their annual consumption

    4. As in a well ordered state of things, therefore, those ground expenses, over and above reproducing in the completest manner their own value, occasion likewise, after a certain time, a reproduction of a neat produce, they are in this system considered as productive expenses

    5. This is something that throughout history, would have been humanly impossible to obtain; even with the best technology available to us today, can we with absolute certainty conclude that, as mere mortals, we would in no way be able to get even close to reproducing an artefact of similar qualities

    6. By definition, they were reproducing

    7. Dr Mckenzie had used methodologies that only she was capable of reproducing without the original research notes

    8. Before reproducing this letter, I visited the above mentioned Web page

    9. In order for one of us to start reproducing parthenogenetically, without fertilisation, the Queen would need to die

    10. This 'chosen' Administrator would thus become the new Queen and start reproducing parthenogenetically

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    Sinónimos para "reproduce"

    multiply procreate reproduce regurgitate propagate generate beget breed duplicate represent trace photostat remake reconstitute