- v. present participle of replicate.
“Instrument makers in the 19th and 20th centuries often copied particular Stradivarius violins and inserted a label replicating the text of the original Stradivarius from which it was copied -- for example, "Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1725".”
“Typically, a newly infected PC will instantly begin replicating the spam burst to other PCs.”
“To my mind he succeeded magnificently, for example, in replicating the heartache of love gone wrong.”
“In living cells, proteins play the key role in replicating things (they replicate the DNA, they divide the cell, and coordinate both).”
“No other cookie company comes close in replicating their recipe.”
“You had assumed evolution, such as in replicating molecules which are known to evolve in response to their local environment and in the competitive acquisition of resources.”
“The front loading concept is a recognition that a prebiotic process would initiate with no repair mechanisms available to remedy genomic corruption that would soon destroy any fortuitously acquired functional sequences in replicating RNA or whatever the theoretical choice may be.”
“There have been other atrocities which go a long way in replicating what happened at My Lai.”
“This is more important than their usefulness in replicating practices.”
“Which is why I feel no qualm about doing my small part in replicating the tactic by quoting Dr. Atrios 'full quote from Bob Herbert's latest.”
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