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Synonyms for clone

a person who is almost identical to another

a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction

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an unauthorized copy or imitation

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make multiple identical copies of

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Using state-of-the-art black boxes not much bigger than a calculator, cloners can grab stolen MIN (mobile identification or phone number) and ESN (electronic serial number) combinations from the airwaves, then program them into other phones, creating cloned phones with virtually unlimited free calling.
AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France -- INSIDE Secure, a leader in semiconductor solutions for secure transactions and digital identity, today introduced the VaultIC[TM]150, a low-cost and compact turnkey NFC-based security solution designed for embedding into high-end consumer or luxury products that are often targeted by counterfeiters and cloners.
Service providers like ALLTEL know that with PhonePrint, their subscribers are no longer moving targets for cloners.
Cloners use scanners to monitor calls and capture both the phone's number and the secret ESN.
Low-Cost VaultIC100 Chip Secures Brands from Counterfeiters and Cloners
The survey found that young drivers were most likely to fall prey to the cloners with 14 per cent not even asking to see the form.
Whether you accord the cloned embryo full human status or even some lesser status, you are likely to be distressed by their 100 percent assured destruction, appalled by the blatant commercialization by biotech companies and disquieted by the trafficking in eggs needed to supply the cloners (likely to exploit the most vulnerable women in society).
Antinori adds that animal cloners may not be using the optimum culture conditions for initially growing the embryos.
Sympathetic House members, arrested by the concern raised by Tom Murray of The Hastings Center and Arthur Caplan of the University of Pennsylvania that grieving and infertile couples were falling prey to misguided cloners with commercial interests, seemed to conclude that such vulnerable couples needed protection.
That may be true, but to get tested the cloners will also have to take a license and commit to a royalty payment scheme.
A POLICE campaign to drive out car cloners conning unsuspecting buyers has been named pioneering idea of the year.
What would-be cloners are probably really seeking is not resemblance but identification--extension of their own egos.
Like the sheep cloners, the Oregon scientists created their monkeys with a technique called nuclear transfer.
In addition, Bell Atlantic NYNEX Mobile works with law enforcement agencies to pursue and prosecute cloners and distributors of cloned phones and equipment.
Now organized in a separate workspace, all of the brushes within the Photo Painting System now act as cloners that take their color from the source image.