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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of replicate.


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  • The content of the DNA being replicated is immaterial to the copying process.

    Bits and Pieces of an RNA World

  • We use it to keep 5 web sites replicated from a singe master server we call PUBLISH.

    RIP: NetLoad, automatic FTP sync

  • The first development, molecular combing, is a single-molecule technique in which one labels replicated and unreplicated DNA and then stretches out the fibers to detect replication patterns (

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  • Curmy, latinum can't be replicated, which is why it's valuable to the Ferengi.

    Deanna Counsels Ro Laren (Part Two)

  • JF–It appears to me you have a very narrow view of “science;” there is nothing wrong with reviewing the underlying data and since Mann et al have not made their modelling and coding public, their work can be replicated, which is very bad science.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Ecologists vs. Economists:

  • Mr. RAKOFF: This reading comes in right when, you know, the first person who told me he was going to take the arm, I sort of checked up on him, and it turned out that he was - I don't want to say dangerous quack - but I did manage within the course of, say, 90 minutes to find three oncologists who knew exactly who he was, one of whom said he gets great results that can't be replicated, which is essentially calling someone a fraud, and another fellow who simply screamed no - upon hearing mention of his name.

    David Rakoff's 'Half Empty' Worldview Is Full Of Wit

  • These terrible scenes, unfortunately they kind of replicated with unfortunate frequency around the world and have been over the past 20 years.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2004

  • Cannadine argues in Ornamentalism that in the latter half of the nineteenth century "the British" (by which he means Britain's statesmen, policymakers, and imperial administrators) deliberately "replicated" in their empire the "deeply conservative" and "layered, ordered, hierarchical society" of Britain itself.

    A Bit of Bunting

  • Also, since it does not wait for schedules to backup, be ready to suffer a slow system for the first day or so, while all your data gets "replicated" for the first time, with heavy disk activity (took about 6 hours for us with 200GB of data to be backed up).

    The Industry Standard - Comments

  • At least some fabricated or falsified results are likely to be good enough guesses that they are "replicated".

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science


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