Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which reproduces.
- n. Specifically The diaphragm used in reproducing speech in the phonograph.
- n. One who reproduces.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, reproduces.
- n. In a phonograph, a device containing a sounding diaphragm and the needle or stylus that traverses the moving record, for reproducing the sound.
- n. In a manograph, a device for reproducing the engine stroke on a reduced scale.
- n. an audio system that can reproduce and amplify signals to produce sound
“For them, a reproducer is the “target of selection”.”
“While the list doesn't seem to be in any particular order, right out of the shoot, items 5-9 lament that we know as much as we do about the sex life of four men (a TV personality, a sports superstar, and two politicians) and a female body part of a superstar reproducer.”
“What Behe did was look at a well studied fast reproducer under various selection pressures to see what positive results were produced by trial and error.”
“So forgive me for being analytical, brutal - not a news release reproducer”
“It could be a scale-reproducer, laying eggs on diseased plants where there will be lots of food for the kiddies.”
“Maynard Smith and SzathmÃ¡ry first published a definition of reproducer, based on Griesemer's definition”
“A reproducer is an entity that develops and has a material overlap between the “parent” and”
“Unlike Dawkins 'replicator concept, which Griesemer believes is based on a similarity relationship of “copying”, a reproducer requires material overlap of systems.”
“Hello? there is somebody can help me? it is that the code of template does not go… when placing it in blog does not leave template Ratatouille, leaves a species video reproducer.”
“In marriage, a woman was accessible to male sexual needs and could fulfill her destiny as reproducer of the race; yet her sexuality could be safely constrained within her roles of respectable wife and mother.”
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