Usage examples for reproduce

  1. The art of that valley has sought to reproduce or idealize the faces of these pioneers. – The French in the Heart of America by John Finley
  2. I now set to work to reproduce in a German laboratory the experiments by which I had originally conquered the German gas that had successfully defended those mines from the world for over a century. – City of Endless Night by Milo Hastings
  3. Recently, our manufacturers have been enabled to reproduce many new articles in very short time, and this has tended greatly to reduce the profits of foreigners, who are of course dissatisfied. – Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition by Henry C. Carey
  4. A few books, all expensive, reproduce the art of certain depicters of the West and Southwest. – Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest by J. Frank Dobie
  5. As for the letter, I had rather characterize it than reproduce it. – Memoir of John Lothrop Motley, Complete by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Last Updated: February 6, 2009
  6. We reproduce a picture of his painting of the cross. – Old Church Lore by William Andrews
  7. He had heard somewhere that Hahn would sit at the piano thus, for hours, the tears running down his cheeks because of the beauty of the music he could remember but not reproduce; and partly because of his own inability to reproduce it. – Half Portions by Edna Ferber
  8. Few people realise how extremely difficult it is to tell a story so as to reproduce the real fun of it- to " get it over" as the actors say. – Further Foolishness by Stephen Leacock
  9. After the three minutes every one had to write down as many names of firms with the articles as his memory could reproduce. – Psychology and Social Sanity by Hugo Münsterberg
  10. I know that you will say that provided his produce is sure to command a certain quantity of labour he is sure of being able to reproduce, not so if he estimates in any other thing, because that thing and labour may have undergone a great relative alteration. – Letters of David Ricardo to Thomas Robert Malthus, 1810-1823 by David Ricardo
  11. I reproduce Mr. Hodgson's note on the nesting of this species together with Mr. Hume's remarks, but I feel sure that the nest described by Mr. Hodgson and the egg figured by him cannot belong to the present species. – The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1 by Allan O. Hume
  12. However that might be, the fact stands that Shakspere did about 1604 reproduce Montaigne as we have seen; and it remains to consider what the reproduction signifies, as regards Shakspere's mental development. – Montaigne and Shakspere by John M. Robertson
  13. Literature, not life, was my aim, and to reproduce it was my joy and my pride. – Literature and Life by William Dean Howells
  14. Although a great number of the descendants of each generation fall victims to accident, among those that remain it is still the greater or lesser fitness of the organism that determines the " selection for breeding purposes," and it would be incomprehensible if, in this competition, it were not ultimately, that is, on an average, the best equipped which survive, in the sense of living long enough to reproduce. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
  15. Billy, however, enjoyed their complete confidence, and had stored up a fund of interesting information, some of which I reproduce for the reader's benefit. – From Paris to New York by Land by Harry de Windt
  16. Souls have fled across the sea and tried upon the hills and in the plains where Jesus lived to reproduce the life that has so fascinated them. – Addresses by Phillips Brooks
  17. I reproduce the note together with some additional matter furnished later on by Mr. Gammie. – The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1 by Allan O. Hume
  18. He aimed without success at Fielding's constructive excellence, and imitated that great master's humor, only to reproduce his coarseness. – A History of English Prose Fiction by Bayard Tuckerman
  19. Tragedy and the more " incidented" comedy, it is well known, run into types and reproduce situations almost inevitably. – The English Novel by George Saintsbury
  20. But how vain the effort to reproduce the light and shade that filled the quaint, simple room! – A Day Of Fate by E. P. Roe