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produce an attack

(of an illness) Go to an attack (of an illness).
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produce something for something

1. to make something for some purpose. This production line produces brackets for the installation of the circuit boards in the next production line. We produce the seats for the trucks that they assemble on the other side of town.
2. to bring something out for some purpose. Lee quickly produced a penknife for cutting the string on the package. Ruth can always produce the right tool for the job.
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produce something from something

to create something from something; to make something out of something. We are able to produce a high-quality writing paper from the scraps we trim off the edges of the books as we bind them. Jane produces an excellent jelly from the grapes she grows in her backyard.
See also: produce

come up with/deliver/produce the ˈgoods

(informal) do what you are expected or have promised to do: You can depend on him to come up with the goods. If he says he’ll do something, he always does it.
See also: come, deliver, good, produce, up
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One breakthrough was the discovery, reported in the 18 January 2002 issue of Science by Derek Lovley, a professor in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, that Geobacter produces electricity.
from the Dilleniidae, because it was readily available, easy to grow and produces a lower molecular weight, poorer quality polymer.
Because ethanol produces about a third less energy than gasoline when burned in an internal combustion engine, you need a third more ethanol than gasoline to drive the car the same distance.
The Oulu mill produces art paper in sheets and reels with end uses in commercial printing, advertising, catalogs, journals, special interest magazine, annual reports, coffee table books, and other markets.
P12 closely resembles the protease inhibitor that the tobacco plant produces when under attack.
This produces two separate areas of concern regarding exposure of workers: proximity to a weak source (such as a computer terminal) or distance from a strong source (such as a major element of the power distribution system).
The result- a raisin-like grape that produces an intensely flavored special-edition sauterne or spatlese.
The average survey respondent produces 68 percent of his or her publications on desktop.
Family Room Entertainment develops, produces and performs production related services for the entertainment industry.
In the January 2000 issue of Plant Physiology scientists at the University of California at Berkeley and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory announced that they had found that the absence of sulfur nutrients triggers a "molecular switch" that forces Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a type of green algae, to significantly increase the amount of hydrogen it produces.
Stock Drive Products, New Hyde Park, NY, the company that produces the belts, had the idea of automating this difficult and expensive job.
They have been soldiers, statesmen and inventors--and have reshaped North America with a first-class, working labor force that produces goods for the world.
The positrons have a very sharply defined energy, and that means they have to come from a process that produces a positron and only one other particle.
Specifically, the firm wanted to improve the development process for its cast cylinder heads and blocks, manifolds and housings--the foundation components for the diesel engines it produces.