- v. present participle of duplicate.
“In Europe, subsidized passenger rail has displaced freight from trains to trucks; given traffic, highway safety and the environment, the U.S. has no interest in duplicating that experience.”
“The older women, however, worked all week and were not interested in duplicating the Titus 2 instruction when choosing a topic for ladies Bible classes.”
“For his efforts in duplicating his golden trifecta from Athens, Peirsol is USATODAY. com's U.S. Olympic Athlete of the Week.”
“With the idea of duplicating or surpassing the success of this woman Berenice conceived a dance series of her own.”
“Last May I went back there, furnished with copies of those 1984 photos, with the idea of duplicating the views from a quarter century later, as well as to look around at the place myself for the first time in a decade, almost to the day.”
“MrBabyMan steals stories from other users (aka duplicating), and then uses his power user status to get it to the front page.”
“Take CBS, which is applying some strategies to big markets that used to be limited mainly to small markets, such as duplicating an AM station on the FM dial.”
“Turing himself seems to have been of the opinion that a machine operating in this way would literally be doing the same things that the human performing computations is doing -- that it would be "duplicating" what the human computer does.”
“But you do not laboriously write all these letters on the typewriter; instead, you print them on some kind of duplicating machine.”
“A Firefox add-on that offers you features such as duplicating tabs, controlling tab focus, tab clicking options, undo closed tabs and windows”
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