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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of replicate.


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  • The title replicates the original Pac-Man gameplay, but expands on it with multiple modes.

    MacNN | The Macintosh News Network

  • The works explore the physical and temporal space occupied by books; the exhibition's title replicates the sounds made by the touching of paper.

    Art Brews in Brussels

  • In a review essay, Sheldon Rothblatt writes off the novel as a "flimsy piece of Jewish self-denial" ("Jewish Life in the Eighteenth Century," Eighteenth-Century Life 21.1 [1997] ), while Nadia Valman argues that the novel "replicates" the evangelical critique of Judaism (The Jewess in Nineteenth-Century British Culture [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007], 191).


  • "replicates" plurk most notable differentiator. but it really needs to add Customization for Height, Colors and skinning so it can be compelling enough as a representation of Plurk. and also bring back High Spread Sharing. one single supported Quick Install service and the embed code does not cut it anymore.

    Widgets Lab

  • That replicates the traditional newspaper model, where editorial control comes from the top down, where the content is produced by a narrow group of professionals and the readership is similarly elitist it's hard to imagine millions of online newspaper sign-ups.

    Bloggers! Your Guardian wants you...

  • The one on the right is a modern version but replicates the indentations, the wacky shapes and the glitter painted on the balls.

    Vintage Christmas Ornaments « Colleen Anderson

  • Eight cameras tucked away just below the ceiling of the laboratory capture Ms. Price's precise position in the room, so the older avatar she sees in virtual space replicates the movements the young woman makes in real space.

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  • He extracts proteins from the special milk then spins them in a way that replicates the spider's method, resulting in a strong, light-weight fiber.

    "Bulletproof skin" created with help of artist

  • It replicates the Clinton model of channeling travelers to Cuba's official system of state owned companies.

    John McAuliff: President Opens Door for Travel to Cuba

  • ‘Parent Folder’ button replicates functionality provided by pathbar.

    Archive 2010-02-01


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