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- v. To produce a large quantity of (something) rapidly and easily.
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- v. produce something at a fast rate
- v. perform in a mechanical way
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Yet despite Rose’s startling discovery—and despite the growing number of scientists whose quiet work would, over the next several decades, substantiate his findings—medical schools continued to churn out specialists who were taught horror autotoxicus: the body’s immune system could not develop an autoimmune response.
Put a different enzyme into the same cell, and it will churn out a different product, perhaps PR, or QS or YZ.
Only the regional machinery of the Osoaviakhim functioned with efficiency, continuing to churn out a mass of conscripts under its mobilisation decrees.