- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reproduce.
“An essay by Jennifer Weiner, reproduced from the author's website at jenniferweiner. com with the permission of the author.”
“Even with the censor's bucket of black ink, a memo from Colvin reproduced in the print edition of the Globe today seems telling.”
“This reading guide is reproduced from the author's website with the permission of Dara Horn”
“Map of Bones, first appeared at www. harpercollins.com in 2005, the second, frequently asked questions with James Rollins, was reproduced from the author's website at www. jamescollins.com.”
“This light-up, 1: 24 scale replica of the Owl Ship is reproduced from the actual blueprints used to make the ship in the movie!”
“LawIsCool: As indicated, this piece is reproduced from the UWO school newspaper, and not authored directly by any of the administrators of this site.”
“The clip art I chose because it is so similar to the commercial art of the Victorian era, and some of it is reproduced from the exact prints of the times.”
“Over at ScienceBlogs there was a bit of a kerfuffle when Shelly Batts (Retrospectacle) was sent a take-down notice over graphs she reproduced from the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.”
“Containing 140 images reproduced from the British Library's outstanding collection of illuminated medieval manuscripts, this beautifully illustrated new title examines each variety and provides intriguing explanation of their uses, history and symbolism - Publication date: 24 October 2007 2008”
“In the end, Oeur painted "I Am Too Young to Understand These Words," a watercolor of a young girl in a bathing suit talking on her mobile phone beside a phrase reproduced from Pol Pot's "Little Red Book," extolling the regime's aims.”
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If you read this in order from top to bottom, the word progression suggests the "lifespan" of a 300-year-old house in Pennsylvania.
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