Definition: reproduce; duplicate
Definition: reproduce; duplicate
Sentences Containing 'replicate'
"Los Angeles Times" writer Oliver Wang viewed that it "doesn't replicate the balanced charm" of "Game Theory", but ultimately commended its "musical uniformity" and called it "the more provocative effort".
A careful attempt to replicate the preliminary experimental results on which this enterprise is based found no effect from the training.
A golden sample can also be defined in product testing as a sample that has all test results in the middle of the nominal range; such a sample sets the metaphorical "gold standard" not for product quality, because it is not a near-perfect specimen that a manufacturer should strive to replicate, but rather for usefulness in statistical comparison, in that comparison against it will reveal whether a mass-produced item is above or below the 50th percentile with respect to whatever attribute is being assessed.
A stream of consciousness gives the (typically first-person) narrator's perspective by attempting to replicate the thought processes—as opposed to simply the actions and spoken words—of the narrative character.
A vintage car racing enthusiast, Franchitti will be focusing on ensuring the authenticity of the game’s historic and vintage cars "It’s almost impossible to describe the feeling you get inside when you’re behind the wheel of an old race car but what I hope to be able to do is use my knowledge and experience to help the team at Simraceway replicate how it feels to drive,".
After his exit the club were unable to replicate the same results and when influential international footballers Peng Weiguo and Hu Zhijun left the club the team would go into free fall and were relegated at the end of the 1998 league season.
Costume designer Kym Barrett primarily focused on how to treat various fabrics rather than the materials themselves in order to replicate the elements found in nature.
Gregson Gilbert later attempted to replicate the creation of the Dragon Man without the addition of alchemical interruptions, and this time succeeded.
He compares humanity to a virus, a disease organism that would replicate uncontrollably and eventually destroy their environment were it not for the machine intelligences keeping them in check.
However, specialist feats allowing use of the One Power also exist. There are also special 'Lost Ability' Feats which can be used to replicate abilities in the books, such as talking to wolves (like Perrin Aybara and Elyas Machera), viewing the future (like Min Farshaw), dreamwalking, foretelling, and the ability to 'sniff' out death (as Hurin, in The Great Hunt).
However, the EB is not destroyed by fusion with lysosomes, as is typical for phagocytosed material. Instead, it transforms into a reticulate body and begins to replicate within the endosome.
In Dieterle Clarke's research at Harvard University, he says that they enable users to 'access virtual contexts, interact with digital artifacts' use 'avatars' to represent themselves, communicate with other avatars, and to participate in situations that replicate the situations one experiences in the real world.
In the end, Souness brought Michael Thomas and Paul Stewart to compete in central midfield, neither of whom were to ever reach the same level as McMahon, as Thomas was beset by injuries and never able to fully replicate the important role vacated by McMahon.
In the same time, the Gili Eco Trust organizes Biorock workshops every two years to teach people from all around the world about Biorock so that they can replicate it in other damaged coral areas.
Instead, in 1996 Thomas Morgan of GNU wrote a simple wrapper to ispell (which was already popular at the time) to replicate spell's original behaviour.
It was filmed mostly with a super-imposition chroma key technique, to help replicate the imagery of the original comic book.
It was often used to replicate the effect of quoining and to decorate around windows.
Its first headmistress was summoned from Stirling to replicate Scottish standards and values in Bloemfontein.
Many conventional anticancer drugs (for example, 5-Fluorouracil) interfere with DNA replication and can cause the death of cells that attempt to replicate their DNA and divide.
Mrs Peel goes to visit Cartney and discovers he is leading the Hellfire Club, an organization based upon dressing up in old costumes and engaging in orgiastic rituals and which thrives in "ultimate sins" with the purpose to replicate the club as closely as possible.
Multiple pages of information was thus employed to replicate the information on the replaced panel board. Alarms were utilized to tell an operator to go look at a page he was not viewing.
Paul Auerbach and Dimitris Sotiropoulos have criticized the Lange model for degrading the definition of socialism to a form of "capitalism without capital markets" attempting to replicate capitalism's efficiency achievements through economic planning.
Players are not restricted to using the controlinator on level elements, however, and they may use it to direct the actions of the player's Sackboy character, allowing greater freedom of movement; Media Molecule made this design choice in response to the large number of homages to early platforming games, in which players had to "hide" and manipulate the Sackboy character in specific ways to replicate the style of gameplay.
Protease inhibitors stop HIV from making new copies of itself by blocking the last step in the process, when the virus attempts to replicate – and out of that discovery came the drug Kaletra/Aluvia.
Regarding the album's unique sound, guitarist Mike Einziger notes that it: "would've been really easy for us to try to replicate certain songs that did well on our last record, which we didn't do.
Shin and Lee felt there was enough material for another series, and in a bid to replicate "Reply 1997"'s success, cable channel tvN announced a "sequel" or "second season" in April 2013.
Smith returned each of the next two seasons, but the Atoms were unable to replicate their first year success.
Studies attempting to replicate these results are underway, but a study of populations in 325 human ovaries found no supporting evidence for follicular replenishment.
The Aurora building was intended to be almost identical to the Foxborough building, though the builders decided not to replicate the granite roof and stained glass.
The best way to be able to replicate the same camera movement for multiple takes (which is important for editing) is to use a dolly on track.
The EBs are thereafter able to infect new cells, either in the same organism or in a new host. Thus, the life cycle of "C. psittaci" is divided between the elementary body which is able to infect new hosts, but can not replicate, and the reticulate body, which replicates, but is not able to cause new infection.
The lab will replicate the power generation environment of a wind farm and examine the effects of an electrolyzer.
The original production went on to lead a successful tour, though producers were hard pressed to replicate the skill with which de Mille had portrayed the lead.
The soundtrack features a variety of songs by such artists as Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello, Joni Mitchell, and Jill Sobule, which replicate the musical style that emerged from the Brill Building, New York's music factory during the heyday of girl groups and "pre-fab" acts like The Monkees.
The task of understanding is not to replicate in conceptual form something that already exists, but rather to create a wholly new realm, that together with the world given to our senses constitutes the fullness of reality."
The two made it to the third round, but they couldn't replicate the form that saw Marray clinch the title during the previous season, going out in straight sets to Daniel Nestor, and Robert Lindstedt, against whom Marray won the title the previous year.
The verse is a syncopated replicate of the first melodic section adding two extra beats, a technique similar to that used later by McCartney in “Two of Us”.
These were intended to replicate the band's intentions for the forthcoming tour for those who would be unable to attend.
This is not always a problem free transition, since physical strips have many characteristics that a computer system cannot replicate.
To do so, he had to recruit musicians who could replicate what he had done almost alone in the studio.
Various researchers have noted that some of his works are more or less explicitly indebted to Expressionism, whose alteration of traditional narrative techniques they came to replicate.
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