procreate

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  • Let me also procreate sons upon wives belonging to my own order and not upon others. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2
  • However, they have managed to procreate three new dragons for the three nations.
  • O father, without seeking to procreate offspring, I shall rest myself on my own self. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • If you want to continue playing with all the abilities you've gathered, you will need to procreate.
  • She was, therefore, unable to marry and procreate with her brother.
  • The method in which toads procreate and bring forth seems to me very much in the dark. Cited from The Natural History of Selborne, by Gilbert White
  • But the right to marry, thus understood, in no way involves the right to procreate. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • Once Doro presents himself he immediately ask her to drop everything and move him so they can procreate together.
  • So on they go, procreating as they go. Cited from London's Underworld, by Thomas Holmes
  • Not long after, the couple bore children, fulfilling their mission of procreating the next generation.
  • The method in which toads procreate and bring forth seems to be very much in the dark. Cited from The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 1, by Gilbert White
  • However, the conflict also leads to Los pursuing her and the two procreating.
  • Dante and Lulu then begin procreating until they learn she cannot carry to term.
  • The state can not decree that men shall marry, or that women shall marry, or that women shall procreate. Cited from The Fertility of the Unfit, by William Allan Chapple
  • Anthropologists have explained the practice as a traditional method for well-to-do men to procreate additional labour.
  • Exactly how a population consisting of males only manage to procreate is something we would rather not discuss here.
  • Quite unconsciously they lived in such a way as to procreate genius. Cited from We Philologists, Volume 8 (of 18), by Friedrich Nietzsche
  • Other scholars supported the idea that they could not procreate and that the number of demons was constant.
  • These adaptations helped us live long enough to procreate.
  • The Law as the husband of the fruitful woman procreates many children. Cited from Commentary on Galatians, Martin Luther
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