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  1. Humans could no longer reproduce.
  2. They are also able to reproduce children.
  3. That is our primary purpose now, to reproduce.
  4. Urban pigeons tend to reproduce all-year-round.
  5. We can reproduce those accidents and stresses.
  6. Jaden couldn’t reproduce and I wanted an heir.
  7. They annually reproduce nothing but those funds.
  8. I could not attempt to reproduce her conversation.
  9. It continues to reproduce itself until it is not.
  10. I’d like to reproduce the exact conversation or.
  11. Jesus said, They say all humans have to reproduce.
  12. Fucking is only relevant if one intends to reproduce.
  13. Bacteria can and do reproduce massive amounts in the.
  14. We used to give birth and reproduce on our old planet.
  15. We cannot reproduce; we do not eat or drink or make war.
  16. We cannot reproduce; we no not eat or drink or make war.
  17. Demands that we reproduce and fill the void with our seed.
  18. The war was who could reproduce more and faster than its.
  19. Nothing can reproduce the sombre and kindly melancholy of.
  20. All other coven members were told to reproduce in abundance.
  21. All aristocracies eventually failed to reproduce themselves.
  22. But I read that only the queen can reproduce, not the Drones.
  23. I couldn’t reproduce them and I had no idea what they meant.
  24. We don’t have any children, so we do not reproduce naturally.
  25. I’ll reproduce the graph from Chapter 4 so that you can see.
  26. Homo Electronicus still cannot reproduce, except by cloning.
  27. The library alone cost one hundred thousand pounds to reproduce.
  28. No expression can reproduce the significance of the mother's words.
  29. Angels are a direct creation, and they do not reproduce themselves.
  30. Cherubs could reproduce, so long as he had the allocation to run it.
  31. In him you all do live, reproduce, and possess your mortal existence.
  32. I have created both males and females who cannot biologically reproduce.
  33. This can be like a procedure to reproduce without sufficient information.
  34. They want to reproduce on Earth the thermonuclear reactions that occur in.
  35. For we do the same things as they did: eat and work and reproduce and die.
  36. The musician is able to reproduce a sound precisely based on its notation.
  37. He unfolded the rough chart, which I here reproduce, and he laid it across.
  38. If they get the chance to reproduce, the consequences could not be estimated.
  39. We can reproduce these conditions on a much smaller scale by using either a.
  40. Reproduce the actual observations; this is easier to do and more informative.
  41. Therefore, it is important to reproduce vitamin C by eating foods that re rich.
  42. The phoenix of mythology was a bird that could recreate and reproduce itself.
  43. Then they might’ve had the ones with the most powerful experiences reproduce.
  44. Every vampire in Ashbourne can reproduce, and that includes hybrids like you.
  45. The second generation was barely able to reproduce without technical assistance.
  46. Steps to reproduce: This is the best way to explain where the issue has occurred.
  47. If it is covered, the sub will not be able to reproduce the bass that is in the.
  48. Permission to reproduce this material in total in electronic or printout form is.
  49. They provide for them the means to reproduce and to grow far away from the parents.
  50. I cannot reproduce the atmosphere of that night, the first night after mobilisation.
  51. This can be near impossible to reproduce in the home aquarium, but fortunately we.
  52. The darlings you've brought though strong and ripe, failed to reproduce as expected.
  53. They gave them the ability to reproduce so they would have a constant supply on hand.
  54. I had hoped they would have all killed each other centuries ago but yet they reproduce.
  55. We will not reproduce his speech word for word, but will only summarize the gist of it.
  56. If you ask them to reproduce some important points of the book, they will simply blink.
  57. Unfortunately, during the creation, we lost the ability to verbally speak and reproduce.
  58. And if they learn and reproduce, then we either have a first gen feral or wild animal.
  59. If you don't take those pills you won't have that problem, but you won't reproduce either.
  60. To answer your question, Patsy, yes, 'Corny' will be able to reproduce anything eventually.
  61. Therefore, it is important to reproduce vitamin C by eating foods that re rich in vitamin C.
  62. Very few of us are able to reproduce and when we do, it is a great honor and responsibility.
  63. This is perhaps Gods greatest gift, the ability for all species of life to reproduce itself.
  64. He would attempt to reproduce some of the little bugs that scrambled over the pages of his books.
  65. I agree to reproduce at least twice to give my corrected genes the best possible chance of survival.
  66. She was born with the ancient human instinct to reproduce as well as possible before it’s too late.
  67. She always recorded conversations whenever she thought it might be important to reproduce them later.
  68. The strangest thing of all was, he had done more than simply reproduce the traffic light and the man.
  69. In order to reproduce a model of the city, it was necessary to gather information on the geology, the.
  70. A man was liable to wake up with the ability to reproduce gone after it had been cut off in the night.
  71. Religious visions are more difficult to describe, reproduce, hold in our hands and take a bite out of.
  72. They reproduce and propagate from one another and nobody is distinguished from another concerning this side.
  73. The Queen can reproduce by parthenogenesis, but we—the Administrators, her spawn—cannot reproduce at all.
  74. They take hold of the ether and by setting it in motion reproduce the thought to others in the form of sound.
  75. The subconscious mind is in continuous suggestions to make the conscious sink to its power to reproduce panic.
  76. As a society it demonstrates the same ability to grow, reproduce, and self-repair that we have seen in the cell.
  77. Some of these sources escape them completely, and in other cases they may neglect to reproduce items of importance.
  78. Though he could not reproduce the smell biologically, or pronounce it, he could mirror it with an abstract thought.
  79. Maybe they could only reproduce with female vampires, and once-humans were nothing more than a toy for sex and blood.
  80. For example, the smarter people tend not to reproduce as fast as the people with lower standards or lesser education.
  81. The interactions of a swimming Selkie with the water are too complex for Shiganzhu wizards to reproduce accurately.
  82. I don’t know how they reproduce but, in the five years I’ve been here, I’ve never seen any sign that they have sex.
  83. Could not-quite-humans and vampires even reproduce? He’d said that vampires were born, not made, but he hadn’t said how.
  84. She had bright red and dark purple splotches, more alluring and deeper tones than even an artificial tattoo could reproduce.
  85. If he uses it as a capital, he employs it in the maintenance of productive labourers, who reproduce the value, with a profit.
  86. I say normal cases, because ill-health and physical weakness reproduce the signs of old age, even when the invalid is a youth.
  87. Yet the cell knows somehow that it has to reproduce a cell that will become part of an eye or a toe, a gut or a muscle, etcetera.
  88. The nucleus of every cell contains the chromosome and these reproduce the species, nature and condition according to definite law.
  89. Maybe if we reproduce the basic experiments, we can find a way for your brain to get the connections needed to understand the rest.
  90. Because of pollution and disease, plus the alien atmosphere inside the domes, their human slaves soon lost the ability to reproduce.
  91. That smile you offer others, or that little word of encouragement to a friend has the potential to reproduce itself many times over.
  92. Although sponges reproduce sexually, combining genes of two parents, they also reproduce by budding and can regenerate missing parts.
  93. Stealing my sperm, enhancing my genes, cloning me, and all because the future human generation went sterile and couldn’t reproduce.
  94. They were sago palms, vegetation that grows without being cultivated; like mulberry trees, they reproduce by means of shoots and seeds.
  95. Some of these amazingly arrange themselves so that they can reproduce and grow, and even cooperate to be cognizant of their existence.
  96. If we don’t forgive, we remain prisoners of the past and we continually reproduce it without ever being able to live in the present.
  97. That loss had particularly devastated the small group, for which women able to reproduce were a vital factor in their long term survival.
  98. These boys really reproduce in a hurry when the others die off and this whole new population is immune to the drug that killed the others.
  99. Chat at table, the chat of love; it is as impossible to reproduce one as the other; the chat of love is a cloud; the chat at table is smoke.
  100. Life defined as a structure and form of atom-energy with soul and spirit including base instincts that can grow, move, work, and reproduce.
  1. By definition, they were reproducing.
  2. When they stop reproducing, aging stops too.
  3. We’re reproducing another form of ourselves.
  4. Thus reproducing you imperfectly in this sphere.
  5. I didn't marry Emily for the sole purpose of reproducing, I love.
  6. Before reproducing this letter, I visited the above mentioned Web page.
  7. But this kind of market is revved up and more than reproducing itself.
  8. You are correct that we cannot forcibly prevent people from reproducing.
  9. He then puts them to death and exterminates them, after reproducing new ones.
  10. This collection of moulds was probably made by a manufacturer with the purpose of reproducing them.
  11. This 'chosen' Administrator would thus become the new Queen and start reproducing parthenogenetically.
  12. When a person is delivered, the Holy spirit keeps reproducing it self like an explosion out of the belly.
  13. At the same time, private enterprise has the right to deny service to clients it does not want reproducing.
  14. This virus is reproducing by taking over the reproductive process of its host cells, you being the host cell.
  15. Dr Mckenzie had used methodologies that only she was capable of reproducing without the original research notes.
  16. I pictured her organs repairing themselves and her blood cells reproducing, forming new blood to replace the old.
  17. In order for one of us to start reproducing parthenogenetically, without fertilisation, the Queen would need to die.
  18. Earth is a reproducing share organism, all is table and gift, and only from that, only from that foundation, is any thing profited.
  19. Movie-producers wish to invest with minimal amount of risk by merely reproducing what has already been proven to be a money-maker.
  20. With language, man had a tool that could create other tools, like a flowering vine bearing fruit and reproducing, growing ever larger.
  21. Reproducing the budget from Chapter 2 for the American family on the next page we see that somewhere around 50% spare money for medical is 0.
  22. The quality of a hi- fi system consists of reproducing the quality of the music it plays, and the latter is what we’re talking about here.
  23. Although they arrived with advanced technology, they could not sustain it because they did not bring the means for reproducing it with them.
  24. Just why we, as a nation, are beset by the idea of reproducing instead of originating beautiful gardens is a question apart from this discussion.
  25. I happened, too, to hear of the scene at the office, from a man who described it capitally, unconsciously reproducing the scene with great vividness.
  26. When I spoke above of the consumptive patients, I was only reproducing involuntarily the sensations and ideas which occurred to me on the occasion of this death.
  27. And of course the wizards have the capacity available to do this because Selkies use the least magic of any race, so reproducing it in the simulacrums is a light load.
  28. I am reproducing (edited) comments from my daily market report that show the evolution of my thought process and the risk management plan at different points in the move.
  29. The time is the Middle Ages, and Frau von Hillern has achieved a remarkable success in reproducing the rudeness, the picturesqueness and the sombre coloring of those days.
  30. Think about who’s reproducing, his eyes shifted involuntarily to Lacey--only for a moment, but everyone noticed it, and what kind of children we are leaving to our world.
  31. In that case, you would have the choice of either putting the crew in hibernation, or of building a generation ship, where people would live and die while reproducing themselves.
  32. What is this influence? Let me remind you that three-dimensional holography is the method of recording, reproducing and transformation of wave Fields, which is based on wave interference.
  33. One such Friday, he saw a cluster of students with Very Serious Expressions sitting on one of the quadrangles, reproducing in their outsized drawing pads a bronze statue of some dour old Puritan.
  34. Thus, replacement value—the lowest possible cost of reproducing a firm’s net assets by the competitors who are best positioned to do it—continues to serve the role that Graham and Dodd recognized.
  35. But in all painting that aims at reproducing the impressions directly produced in us by natural appearances, this question of focus and its influence on the quality of your edges is of great importance.
  36. It is Godlike to share your life and all that relates thereto on equal terms with the mother partner who so fully shares with you that divine experience of reproducing yourselves in the lives of your children.
  37. This portion of the book is inimitable for the slight, almost imperceptible touches through which Tolstoi has the power, greater than that of any one else, of reproducing the actual scene he wishes to transcribe.
  38. In these iWorlds, toxicity of information in any system is a cancer that expands beyond itself virally reproducing a cascading info-nami across other zones and habitations, extending beyond the virtual into the real.
  39. Thus, if a company like Liz Claiborne buys a brand that is similar to its own in-house brands for 50 cents per dollar of sales, then presumably this is reasonably close—but lower than—the cost of reproducing its own brands.
  40. Widely considered as inferior beings by the psyonics and often being called so, they were gradually pushed to the lowest levels of the society and forbidden from reproducing, with measures such as forced sterilization being applied to them.
  41. The tribes of the Straits of Magellan and the adjacent coasts vary greatly in their characteristics; some have the impassive bearing we associate with the Indian, and some are imitative, reproducing sounds and gestures with surprising exactness.
  42. It is really one of the most wonderful means of reproducing an artist's actual work, the result being, in most cases, so identical with the original that, seen together, if the original drawing has been done on paper, it is almost impossible to distinguish any difference.
  43. 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.
  44. X, page 87 [Transcribers Note: Diagram IV], he would proceed to invest it with straight lines, taking advantage of any straightness in the boundary, noting the length and the angles at which these straight lines cut each other, and then reproducing them to scale on his plan.
  45. 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.
  46. 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.
  47. These accurate, painstaking school studies are very necessary indeed as a training for the eye in observing accurately, and the hand in reproducing the appearances of things, because it is through the reproduction of natural appearances and the knowledge of form and colour derived from such study.
  48. Ten minutes had elapsed since the nurse had left; Valentine, who for the last hour had been suffering from the fever which returned nightly, incapable of controlling her ideas, was forced to yield to the excitement which exhausted itself in producing and reproducing a succession and recurrence of the same fancies and images.
  49. At the end of the last century, fleeing the scourge of yellow fever that devastated Panama during the construction of the railroad between the two oceans, he had arrived along with many others who stayed here until they died, living in Chinese, reproducing in Chinese, and looking so much alike that no one could tell one from the other.
  50. From the deluge of webpedic pages referencing the query, “larger than me?”, we find ourselves treading in the same post-freewill sea of confusion: “What do I choose?” In this whirlpool of infinite information, we drown in endlessly reproducing choices, unable to swallow a single unlinked meme, incapable of uttering a solid conclusion.
  51. Is this the best we can do: be Sisyphuses of recycling, reproducing meaning from being green, resourcing existential purpose from personal self-sustainability, while still misidentifying the principle terrorist to a people's democracy, to a caring humanity, to life in general and consciousness in particular – money, just simple fucking money?
  52. But scientists are light years away from being able to demonstrate or duplicate life as it exists today by reproducing life from its origins, from the cell of a micro-organism living in a primordial pond being the basis for the existence of life and humans today, although it could be said that evolution, in essence, has been scientifically proven.
  53. It is not enough to drink in and remember the emotional side of the matter, although this must be done fully, but if a memory of the subject is to be carried away that will be of service technically, the scene must be committed to memory in terms of whatever medium you intend to employ for reproducing it—in the case of a drawing, lines and tones.
  54. Those readers intent on reproducing the results of these probability estimates should consider that the following table was formulated using a standard normal distribution applied to current option premiums for open option contracts on an ETF that tracks the S&P 500 index, whereas the probabilities in Appendix B used calculations involving a modified log normal distribution and long-term historical pricing.
  55. Here is a question: are ethical systems extreme heterozygotes? Is the ethical system incapable of reproducing itself past the first generation of adherents, believers, founders? If so, is this necessarily so, or can we construct an ethical system that can reproduce ethical trees (minds) and ethical fruit (acts) that are direct and similar descendants of the original ethical system? And if we can construct the latter, what would that system look like, how would it be composed, why and towards what end would it function?
  56. 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?
  57. Earthquakes and tectonic shifts or mall demolitions and nuclear testing the stretching of its limbs? Is it our artificial electrical grid or thunderstorms and hurricanes that comprise Eartheart's higher nervous system? Our field is the lab, our flesh a sensor net, but certainly, the soil, not the dump, is Eartheart's digestive tract; water, not monergy, its circulatory system; weather patterns, not satellite orbits, its respiration; until we're all resourcefully recycled as excrement, decay and death becoming soil once again, where microbial life crawls the face of all the skin of this mother we sprawl across, until we rise, again, as food and stomach both reproducing as sustenance for each other, the carriers of essential vitamins and minerals feeding the many organs comprising its biodiversity.
  1. Their evidence, reproduced in Figure 9.
  2. Only my basic notes are reproduced here.
  3. God, I wondered how Londoners reproduced.
  4. The cells that can't be reproduced have to.
  5. FuckMoney has reproduced itself to exhaustion.
  6. The 4 percent column is reproduced from Table 9.
  7. I reproduced this text? Has any relation to me?
  8. In fact Osho reproduced the Buddhist practice of.
  9. The phenomenon of 1814 after Napoleon was reproduced in.
  10. The results of their experiment are reproduced in Table 8.
  11. I fully expected to see Nick reproduced in a series of silkscreens.
  12. The features are carefully reproduced, as are the beard and whiskers.
  13. The picture of Manet's reproduced is a typical example of his manner.
  14. This material is reproduced with permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  15. These plates have been reproduced on a reduced scale in Meyer's Gesch.
  16. No part of this publication may be reproduced or translated into any form.
  17. The hypothesis of a flood causing the Grand Canyon was reproduced from the.
  18. Breeding / Mating / Reproduction : They have reproduced in the home aquarium.
  19. And their sons and daughters have reproduced by this time only two children.
  20. I reached for one of my recently acquired reproduced copies of antique Royal.
  21. Linda’s ordeal is reproduced in one form or another hundreds of thousands of.
  22. A drawing done in this method with white pastel and red chalk is reproduced on.
  23. A copy of the memo with Nixon’s handwritten note to Kissinger is reproduced here.
  24. Most of the drawings by the author reproduced in this book are done in this medium.
  25. But the strangest thing of all he told her was about how the ancestors reproduced.
  26. We think that we have here reproduced the thing in strict accordance with the text.
  27. No part of this publication shall be reproduced, transmitted, or sold in whole or in.
  28. These quotations were meaningful to me and are reproduced here for your contemplation.
  29. They reproduced and grew up so fast that there was barely time to sell the tickets for the raffle.
  30. And Correggio's "Venus, Mercury, and Cupid," here reproduced, is another particularly fine example.
  31. Each scale stood out as distinctly as in real life, and the iridescent colors were vividly reproduced.
  32. Care was taken with the original now brittle documents and manuals which were all carefully reproduced.
  33. Papa's book is charming, and the charm can only be reproduced by going repeatedly wholly off the lines.
  34. Study the splendid drawing by Puvis de Chavannes reproduced on page 104 [Transcribers Note: Plate XXII].
  35. It is never by chance when we find that what is invisible in our inner world is reproduced outside ourselves.
  36. His every word would be faithfully reproduced in the media and dissected by analysts and commentators for days.
  37. The author had photocopies of several of the sources reproduced at Insty-Prints in Rochester, Minnesota on 11.
  38. Nothing could have reproduced so exactly the rough reddish stone of which the old Sleepy Hollow Church is built.
  39. Until that time cells, reproduced by splitting into two, each of the new sisters being exact clones of the original.
  40. As a contrast to the infinite calm of Raphael's "Madonna," we have reproduced Tintoretto's "Finding of the Body of St.
  42. Be assured that all this will be reproduced and disseminated quickly via the history department of the Science Council.
  43. In her soul, she really believed that she had reproduced because she had copied most of her own neural simulation across.
  44. Such a thing was rare among the volkaanes, and because they reproduced so seldom, losing even one child was a major loss.
  45. The first part of this history is reproduced from our 1965 edition, where it appeared under the title A Horrible Example.
  46. It was, for all intents and purposes, a rum runner from the mid 20th century, reproduced using what they could of native technology.
  47. He also, appeared very fragile and in his childish face was reproduced much of the delicate prettiness which she had once possessed.
  48. This power of the right angle is well exemplified in Watts' "Love and Death," here reproduced, page 158 [Transcribers Note: Plate XXXV].
  49. For one they may need the technology reproduced again and secondly, the child may make another breakthrough that they may have use for.
  50. A good instance of vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines to unite a picture is Velazquez's "The Surrender of Breda," here reproduced.
  51. It is extraordinary to see how the internal monsters we encountered during intrauterine life are perfectly reproduced in intracosmic life.
  52. As the birds reproduced Amaranta Úrsula would release them in pairs, and no sooner did they feel themselves free than they fled the town.
  53. He'd reproduced an artifact from his old culture, a culture that had changed beyond his recognition while he lay frozen between the stars.
  54. No part, parts or the entirety of this book may be reproduced by publishing, electronically copied, duplicated by whatever means that form.
  55. Finally, in an effort to prove her point, Nemia cast a Reading on herself and reproduced the scene on the tabletop with a miniature Illusion.
  56. Two examples of his pictures are reproduced here, and illustrate his use of this form of movement in the lines and masses of his compositions.
  57. No parts of this book may be reproduced by publishing, or alternatively, electronically without the prior written consent of the copyright owner.
  58. This dais stood in a great, dim room whose walls were hung with dusky tapestries across which crawled dragons reproduced with repellent realism.
  59. Bhagwat then related a story he would later amplify while releasing a book on Advani’s blogs in Delhi (which was reproduced in the Indian Express).
  60. Having reproduced, the Oikumi regenerated itself using some of the energy from the souls, and soon more Oikumies started to appear to collect more souls.
  61. These dreams featured apathetic students, a mayor on the march, and sorcerer’s apprentice newspapers, which reproduced every time he tore one in half.
  62. In the picture by Paolo Uccello in the National Gallery, reproduced on page 170 [Transcribers Note: Plate XXXIX], a milder edition of this effect is seen.
  63. And if something—that is, a quality—cannot be reduced, measured, and reproduced in experiment, then such a quality fails to count as knowledge or truth.
  64. She says that those Warriors must have developed the ability to reproduced amongst themselves, and have maintained a small population out here all this time.
  65. The drawing of the Lady Audley, here reproduced, bears evidence of some of this subtle variation on what are called the facts, in the left eye of the sitter.
  66. Pen and ink is more often used for elaborate pictorial effects in illustration work, owing to the ease with which it can be reproduced and printed; and it is.
  67. He notices the publication of the valuable Journal d'un voyage en Arabie (1883-1884) by Charles Huber, in which the five note-books of the traveller are reproduced.
  68. No part of this book may be used or reproduced electronically or in print without written permission, except in the case of excerpts or quotations embodied for reviews.
  69. By this means, we can distribute the knowledge of the Library in reproduced form, endlessly, in a way that removes the burden from the fragile shoulders of the Obscurists.
  70. However, this almost sepulchral parlor, of which we have sought to convey an idea, is a purely local trait which is not reproduced with the same severity in other convents.
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  72. No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced in any format, by any means, electronic or otherwise, without prior consent from the copyright owner and publisher of this book.
  73. The drawing reproduced on page 90 [Transcribers Note: Plate XVIII] has been made to illustrate the method of procedure it is advisable to adopt in training the eye to accurate observation.
  74. Comments would be carefully noted and analysed and councillors could count on being hounded constantly, their every word reproduced faithfully in dozens of newspapers, on radio and television.
  75. In his literary works, Tolstoi, as is known, frequently reproduced the highest type of woman (for instance, Pashenka in Father Sergius, or the old woman, Maria Semenovna in The Forged Coupon).
  76. There is little discussion of other patterns and supporting factors (though the MACD and Keltner channels are reproduced on these charts, the text rarely discusses the patterns on these indicators).
  77. It captured a scene that many artists and photographers have reproduced in oil, watercolor, and film, and that could be found matted and framed on the walls of office buildings all over the Boston area.
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  79. The arena that I will simulate for you is the world of Kellaran itself, complete in every way, with everyone and everything on it reproduced to the limits of my knowledge and awareness, exactly as it is in reality.
  80. 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.
  81. Even such sensations as fatigue will be faithfully reproduced, and those who can finish their semi-final bouts quickly will have the advantage of being less fatigued in the final, exactly as they would in true combat.
  82. The theoretical values and deltas in Figure 11-31 have been reproduced in Figures 11-32 and 11-33, but now prices have been included, reflecting implied volatilities that differ from the volatility input of 20 percent.
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  86. So, in terms of evolution by natural selection, how could this have happened? One possibility is that female yucca moths that laid eggs inside flowers that they pollinated produced more offspring that survived and also reproduced.
  87. I have taken the first seven pictures reproduced in this book that were not selected with any idea of illustrating this point, and I think you will admit that in each some very important quantity has been placed in this proportion.
  88. Height cannot be reproduced on flat sheets of paper so altitudes are recorded at regular intervals (usually every 50ft or every 15m according to the measure used) and every point at this height is joined up by a line—the contour line.
  89. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the publisher.
  90. Two good instances of this arrangement are Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" and the "Rape of Europa," by Paolo Veronese, reproduced on pages 166 [Transcribers Note: Diagram XV, Plate XXXVII] and 168 [Transcribers Note: Diagram XVI, Plate XXXVIII].
  91. At L’Anse aux Meadows on the northern coast of Newfoundland Island, a Viking settlement, thought to be the first in North America, has been reproduced as it might have looked when still active, based on the archeological evidence and the known features of ancient Norse dwellings.
  92. You, together with all other “people”, are self-conscious creative Elements of the collective Consciousness of this “humankind”, in the Sphere of Creative Activity of Which all these events are re-created or sequentially reproduced according to initial scenarios of development.
  93. The rich modelling and swinging lines of the "Bacchus and Ariadne" of Titian in the National Gallery, here reproduced, page 154 [Transcribers Note: Plate XXXIV], would be too gross, were it not for the steadying influence of the horizontal lines in the sky and the vertical lines of the tree-trunks.
  94. Retreating, at the terminus of the Great Northern Railway, Amiens street, with constant uniform acceleration, along parallel lines meeting at infinity, if produced: along parallel lines, reproduced from infinity, with constant uniform retardation, at the terminus of the Great Northern Railway, Amiens street, returning.
  95. In the figure with the white tunic from Velazquez's "Surrender of Breda," here reproduced, note the wonderful variety on the edges of the white masses of the coat and the horse's nose, and also that the sharpest accents are reserved for such non-essentials as the bows on the tunic and the loose hair on the horse's forehead.
  96. She suddenly turned serious, dissatisfied with her life, as if seeking and striving after something; it was not that she pretended, but she really reproduced in herself the very same state of mind that he was in, although it would have been impossible for her to express in words what was the state of Nekhludoff’s mind at that moment.
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  1. Your body reproduces itself entirely every seven years.
  2. Each cell is born, reproduces itself, dies, and is absorbed.
  3. It would seem that nature has given itself a model that it reproduces without.
  4. Have they not seen how God originates the creation, and then reproduces it? This is easy for God.
  5. The Queen, the original progenitor, reproduces without fertilisation, without the need for a human male to impregnate her.
  6. 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.
  7. But already Grimm has shown that another fly, a Chironomus, reproduces itself in nearly the same manner, and he believes that this occurs frequently in the order.
  8. 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.
  9. For instance, Herbert asserts that a hybrid from Calceolaria integrifolia and plantaginea, species most widely dissimilar in general habit, reproduces itself as perfectly as if it had been a natural species from the mountains of Chile.
  10. It reproduces a living panorama of scene, and actors, and circumstance idealized into the intense and artistic life of imaginative composition, and written with a brilliancy of style and epigrammatic play of thought, a depth of significance, that render the story one of the most fascinating and absorbing.

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