- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reproduce.
“Jon Taplin reproduces this jaw-dropping chart: Floyd Norris's scary graph of Durable Goods Production, adding, "We have so hollowed out our industrial plant that the only thing we are now producing is weapons of war.”
“In an appendix, Malkin reproduces just the three pages from the 57-page hearing transcript that substantiate these two things.”
“After publishing Garance Franke-Ruta's smear of me, The American Prospect is now threatening legal action against anybody who "reproduces" an old article accusing her of racism.”
“I don't know whether or not Google "reproduces" on its servers the stories to which it links, and if so whether ephemerally for indexing purposes, or more permanently.”
“In a report last month, Christian Aid reproduces a chart of commodity prices plotted all the way back to the 50s.”
“Pollination is the tireless and miraculous process in which the natural world reproduces and evolves.”
“Instead of presenting syntactical and logical relationships, punctuation reproduces the patterns of speech.”
“He despises American religion in all its forms and reproduces poll results to prove that among us fools are at best a substantial minority.”
“The face of the first man reproduces the features of his modeler.”
“But then what happens to entire realm of non transformative authorship or the ‘Asian piracy’ which does not necessarily transform but merely reproduces ceaselessly using cheap technologies?”
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