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  • This is a unique historical image which cannot be reproduced by other means.
  • The Western book was no longer a single object, written or reproduced by request.
  • No other Irish Court records have been reproduced by the media.
  • A story was read to the pupils and then reproduced by them in writing. Cited from The Science of Human Nature, by William Henry Pyle
  • Most lionesses will have reproduced by the time they are four years of age.
  • The title-page and the two head-pieces have been reproduced by photography. Cited from The Bride, by Samuel Rowlands
  • A disgusting detail, reproduced by several modern writers, has almost been received into history. Cited from A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times, V.3 of 6, by Guizot
  • Both versions are studied and reproduced by students of psychology in several languages.
  • This address is reproduced by special request of some of the members of the Commission who heard it. Cited from A Journey Through France in War Time, by Joseph G. Butler, Jr
  • The whole story is then reproduced by having these parts read aloud in a reading lesson. Cited from Ontario Teachers' Manuals: History, by Ontario Ministry of Education
  • The experiment has not yet been reproduced by the authors or by others.
  • In response to the environment, an agent may rest, eat, reproduce by division, move, turn and attack.
  • Though they are of two sexes, they do not reproduce by conventional means.
  • These words were reproduced by the greater number of the American papers and by a large number of English ones. Cited from Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research, by Michael Sage
  • These letters were reproduced by selected members, and distributed among the followers.
  • It was later reproduced by the above mentioned author.
  • This being so, how are we to succeed in causing the expression to be reproduced by means of the physical object? Cited from Aesthetic as Science of Expression,Benedetto Croce
  • Often these can't be reproduced by other surgeons which suggests the actual rate is lower.
  • Therefore, this picture provides valuable information about a significant event in the religious tradition of the town that cannot be reproduced by any other means.
  • The initial study is not reproduced by other groups.
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