Recent Examples of propagation from the Web
After four months of going at it nearly every evening, the fish just can’t take it anymore and figure self-preservation is more important than propagation.
This concept is already dominant on college campuses, thanks to its propagation within feminist-studies programs influenced by Judith Butler.
The angular accuracy of the light propagation direction has to be better than 0.003 degrees, and the cloud cannot drift by more than 3μm during a storage period.
Unlike WannaCry’s indiscriminate propagation, however, Petya prioritizes fully penetrating a single network rather than spreading to others.
The new attack uses the same method of propagation as WannaCry: A leaked hacking tool called Eternal Blue, which has been linked to the U.S. National Security Agency.
Last week, over a dozen biologists gathered in Massena, a small upstate river town, for the department’s annual artificial propagation, also called egg-taking.
Taking cuttings (propagation is the correct term) is another great way to get free plants.
Start with the geranium propagation method and make several cuttings from the ends of not-yet-budded or flowering stems.
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First Known Use of propagation
PROPAGATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of propagation
- propagation of a pure culture of bacteria
- propagation of a nerve impulse
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