Noun(1) the process of generating offspring(2) recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall(3) copy that is not the original; something that has been copied(4) the act of making copies(5) the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring
(1) Now, 45 years later, Abe Munn Picture Frames has become an authority in the field of historically accurate antique reproduction picture frames.(2) So much so that nowadays any deficiency in colour reproduction is far more likely to be a consequence of faulty photography (or badly stored photographs) than of careless printing.(3) Too bad he was sabotaged by sound reproduction that highlighted that damned bass drum almost as though it were a solo instrument in the score.(4) Freud's name invokes a world to a large extent determined by sexuality and reproduction , and a world of psychological miseries locked up in childhood or passed down from parents and ancestors.(5) It looks back to the pre-industrial even as it embraces modern mechanical reproduction .(6) In the process, they create works that subvert the Utopia of corporate musicianship, which advertises the fantasy of a seamless computer-aided sound reproduction .(7) The transfer is amazing, with perfect color reproduction .(8) Handcrafted reproduction frames and exclusive original designs in all styles with an experienced staff to advise you.(9) To the right off the hall is a family room with a reproduction antique fireplace as well as a ceiling centrepiece and cornice.(10) Here, Polyansky is given about the best sound reproduction the symphony has yet enjoyed and his orchestra isn't bad, either.(11) The only photograph taken was by Sinn Fein's PR officer, who had control of its subsequent reproduction and distribution.(12) The color reproduction is accurate, and the cinematography does a wonderful job of capturing the various points in the journey.(13) Engendering in intimacy is not confined to biological reproduction or economic production.(14) Bovine reproductive diseases and conditions result in economic losses caused by decreased production and delayed reproduction as well as increased treatment and preventative measurement costs.(15) A graduate of Liverpool Central College, Russell began his apprenticeship in Britain for a reproduction furniture company selling to Harrods.(16) If no single system or solution works best, it is time, in this age of digital reproduction , to revisit the options for original collections.
(1) asexual reproduction :: toe gaosiga asexual
2. print ::
3. breeding ::
4. replica ::
5. replication ::
1. archetype ::
2. original ::
3. prototype ::
Different Formsreproduction, reproductions
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