from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of replication; replying.
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Anyway, I'm not sure what this has to do with running shoes and moisturizer, and I'm not sure it has any replicatory potential, in fact, now that I've realized it, it probably won't happen again, but it was still kind of interesting to reflect on how we apparently make big decisions.
I was the main caretaker at the biggest depository and replicatory of books within the Taglian empire.
Many of the problems were caused by the sprawling, bungling bureaucracy and the replicatory "homeland" system of black government set up under apartheid.
Essentially, the essay is an argument for the preservation of heterosexual marriage as patriarchy's primary self-replicatory unit.
One of the qualities of DNA is its self-replicatory characteristics.
It is a product of neurosis generated by patriarchy’s two main replicatory units: the nuclear family, which directly supports male dominance, and the single mother household, which indirectly supports male dominance a) by acting as an underclass dependent for its survival on paternalism and b) by incubating a ready supply of disadvantaged candidates for membership in the all-important working and military classes.
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