The concert will be reproduced on compact disc.
Sound effects can reproduce the sound of thunder.
They haven't been able to reproduce the results of the first experiment.
Salmon return to the stream to reproduce offspring.
The virus is able to reproduce itself very rapidly.
Recent Examples on the WebAnchorage Daily News may not own copyright to portions of articles published; those sections are reproduced here with permission and Anchorage Daily News makes no provisions for further distribution.—Alena Naiden, Anchorage Daily News, 15 Sep. 2023 This article originally appeared in Spektrum der Wissenschaft and was reproduced with permission.—Manon Bischoff, Scientific American, 13 Sep. 2023 In natural selection, individual animals with traits that give them an advantage are more likely to survive and reproduce; the slick mutation appears to offer an advantage for different cow species in hot, humid climates.—Katherine Rapin, Discover Magazine, 7 Sep. 2023 Most would soon die, and few at this age would even be able to reproduce.—Heide Brandes, Smithsonian Magazine, 6 Sep. 2023 The business improvement district there asked artists early in the pandemic to submit pieces that could be reproduced over empty windows.—Emily Badger, New York Times, 5 Sep. 2023 The most important thing is whether the actors can reproduce the characters in a way that will satisfy the people who read the manga.—Abbey White, The Hollywood Reporter, 30 Aug. 2023 Orange City Police Department Rhesus macaques are one of two species of wild monkeys — along with vervet monkeys — that are reproducing in Florida, according to the wildlife conservation commission.—Julianne McShane, NBC News, 24 Aug. 2023 GitHub’s parent company, Microsoft, and OpenAI are being sued for allegedly violating copyright law with Copilot because the tool can reproduce licensed code.—Emilia David, The Verge, 24 Aug. 2023 See More
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