Definitions

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  • adj. Not reproduced.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ reproduced

Examples

  • It concerns the results - unreproduced elsewhere - of audiologist Professor Tadanobu Tsunoda, who concluded that speaking Japanese involved a special form of cognition with natural sounds being processed by the same part of the brain as language.

    The Japanese brain - and umami

  • Augustus and Annabel Spender of the Hayman's -- were going down the years unreproduced.

    The Forsyte Saga - Complete

  • Florence of Nicholas '; Augustus and Annabel Spender of the Hayman's -- were going down the years unreproduced.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • As the unreproduced foto would suggest, a disproportionate number of the exonerees are African-Americans who get stuck with an under-funded, overworked public defender system that has not a fraction of the resources the prosecutor’s office does.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » $7,000 for Obama

  • We aren’t talking about a few scattershot, small-scale, unreproduced propositions about health and weight, were talking about millions pof subject-years’ worth of careful analysis.

    TNR Article: Being Sedintary Is Bad For You, Not Being Fat

  • Hayman’s — were going down the years unreproduced.

    In Chancery

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