irreproducible love

Definitions

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  • adj. That cannot be reproduced or duplicated

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not reproducible; incapable of being reproduced.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. impossible to reproduce or duplicate

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Examples

  • If we were to think of Jobs not as a unique and irreproducible person, but as a mindset, skill set and capacity that could be deconstructed and then modeled, not only could Apple continue its amazing growth, but other companies might follow suit.

    Mark Goulston, M.D.: Cloning Steve Jobs

  • It is also, however, an effective tool for reminding the crowd that they are watching something live and irreproducible.

    The art of banter: 'It's like a boxing match. It can be bruising'

  • Heads would swivel in physiologically irreproducible ways.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • Here, we report that the previous results of large-scale greening of the Amazon, obtained from an earlier version of satellite-derived vegetation greenness data - Collection 4 (C4) Enhanced Vegetation Index (EVI), are irreproducible, with both this earlier version as well as the improved, current version (C5), owing to inclusion of atmosphere-corrupted data in those results.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Rocchi gives a great explanation to the feel of both parts: "The first half of Che feels like nothing less than Lawrence of Arabia, as a charismatic outsider helps fight, and win, a seemingly impossible series of battles; the second part is a little more sad and thoughtful, as we witness Che's tragic flaw where, after creating a revolution in Cuba, he simply could not stop, and tried to re-create something irreproducible."

    Why You Should Take an Interest in Steven Soderbergh's Che « FirstShowing.net

  • Hypothesis: A "code," "plan," "program," a "design" is required to construct such a system; transforming a collection of irreproducible parts into a reproducible system.

    An Interesting Pattern

  • A life form is a reproducible system of irreproducible parts.

    An Interesting Pattern

  • The safe could only be opened by the pore-pattern of Reich's left index finger which was irreproducible.

    Wild Dreams of Reality, 5

  • The kind of thing (s) that happened between the two of us in bed (and, yes, elsewhere) were¬†an evolving masterpiece of personal, irreproducible erotic art.

    The several stages of grief

  • The pro-smoking results were junk science because the results were irreproducible.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » ClimateGate Fallout Continues

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