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  • Since these fish live in a warm water environment they can reproduce all year long.
  • See how far you can reproduce perfectly a face you see daily. Cited from An Introduction to Yoga, by Annie Besant
  • We can reproduce neither the children nor the conditions of fifty or even twenty-five years ago. Cited from Children's Rights, by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora A. Smith
  • We believe in making a drawing which we can reproduce in a watch. Cited from An Analysis of the Lever Escapement, by H. R. Playtner
  • They can reproduce one litter per year and can live up to three years.
  • They can reproduce from three to four months of age.
  • Nature too seeks out what it can use, what can reproduce and what can't.
  • This means that female adults can reproduce without the need for a male.
  • The offspring are usually independent in two months, and can reproduce after one year.
  • We think we are artists because we can reproduce a face, and the face is only a part of the body. Cited from Woman Triumphant, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • There are few living American writers who can reproduce for us more perfectly than MR. Cited from The Cavalier, by George Washington Cable
  • Thus with a beam of light we can reproduce the human voice. Cited from A Columbus of Space, by Garrett P. Serviss
  • Living organisms can reproduce themselves, so they can change to become more complex from generation to generation.
  • Therefore, the longer a male lives, the more he can reproduce, so he has a higher fitness.
  • Success is not a process which can reproduce itself indefinitely in the same field. Cited from Success (Second Edition), by Max Aitken Beaverbrook
  • No expression can reproduce the significance of the mother's words. Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • If we read a sentence to children of different ages, we find that the older children can reproduce a longer sentence. Cited from The Science of Human Nature, by William Henry Pyle
  • It has been suggested that workers in reproductive nests may kill their queen so they can reproduce.
  • However, the lack of any mechanism by which coacervates can reproduce leaves them far short of being living systems.
  • The psyllid can reproduce to very high numbers, but appears not to damage the plant.
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