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reproduce something from something

to make a copy of something from something else. I think we can reproduce the picture from the copy that you have there. We don't need the negative. Can you reproduce a good copy from this old print?
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When the yeast is treated well, it reproduces by splitting into two halves that both inherit their fair share of old cell material.
He has studied other lizards that don't need males to reproduce, but he says that he's never encountered a vertebrate species in which the females switch to asexual reproduction in a pinch.
Active Dynamic Range Expander (Active DRE) reproduces a crisp, contrastive picture quality.
Music was a vital part of human culture Long before anyone was able to mass reproduce and sell recordings of it.
While the darker Ebano series reproduces natural brown to grey tones.
Crichton has moved from the ghastly gigantic predators of Jurassic Park to even more frightening predators--sub-micro nanobeasties who reproduce, menace, and evolve with stunning rapidity Wilson capably narrates the harrowing scientific tale in a careful, sane, reasonable tone that leaves the listener in excruciating suspense.
The experiment suggests the skill difference between a master reader who can easily reproduce the 16 letters of "the cat is on the mat" and a beginning reader who has trouble reproducing the same letters: t-h-e-c-a-t-i-s-o-n-t-h-e-m-a-t.
By allowing dwarf mistletoe to grow and create witches' brooms, we are helping a whole community of living things survive and reproduce.
But even more threatening to species preservation are hybrids that can reproduce.
When a company has to reproduce its employee e-mails for months or years, it could have a pile of paper close to the size of Chicago's Sears Tower, said Robert Hammesfahr, an attorney with Cozen O'Connor
The currently available anti-HIV drugs work by blocking HIV replication--interfering with the ability of HIV to reproduce.
We thanks Alicia Produce for permission to reproduces images from Julio Medem's Lovers of the Arctic Circle; Las Producciones del Escorpion for permission to reproduce images from Alejandro Amenabar's Tesis; Alta Films for permission to reproduce images from Iciar Bollain's Flowers From Another World; Lola Films for permission to reproduce images from Alex de Ia Iglesia's Dying of Laughter; El Deseo S.
Cohen, in "Cloning Hearing Moves Congress toward a Ban," (HCR, May-June 2001) states that "the Supreme Court has never recognized an affirmative right to reproduce by anyone by any means .
An extraordinary amount of meticulous research has gone into each of the volumes, which actually propose to reproduce every broadsheet published in Germany in the seventeenth century.
For almost a year, the young choreographer Sergei Vikharev studied these materials closely in order to reproduce the dance sequences and the pantomime, the arcane language of gestures and facial expressions.