Nor did the president comment on the decoupling of reproduction from marriage, and its relationship to poverty.
Perhaps every reproduction of a piece of art steals a part of its soul.
Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol illuminated the transformative power of context and the process of reproduction.
Music “residuals” are shared by publishers and composers via “mechanical” reproduction.
Magazines are less successful digitally because the reproduction of photographs, charts, and graphs are poor.
Almost a reproduction of its parent except that it is hardier.
But the reproduction is of brief duration; and it is speedily effaced or transformed.
Also it must be remembered not to draw too finely, else the work in parts may disappear entirely in the reproduction.
In fact, the reproduction is as exact as possible in every detail.
Perhaps the most interesting one, at any rate the most human, is a "reproduction" of a group of cavalry men.
reproduction re·pro·duc·tion (rē'prə-dŭk'shən)
The act of reproducing or the condition or process of being reproduced.
Recall of a memory.
The sexual or asexual process by which organisms generate others of the same kind.
The process by which cells and organisms produce other cells and organisms of the same kind. ◇ The reproduction of organisms by the union of male and female reproductive cells (gametes) is called sexual reproduction. Many unicellular and most multicellular organisms reproduce sexually. ◇ Reproduction in which offspring are produced by a single parent, without the union of reproductive cells, is called asexual reproduction. The fission (splitting) of bacterial cells and the cells of multicellular organisms by mitosis is a form of asexual reproduction, as is the budding of yeast cells and the generation of clones by runners in plants. Many plants and fungi are capable of reproducing both sexually and asexually, as are some animals, such as sponges and aphids.