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to be the biological father of

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

Synonyms for procreate

have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant

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There may be a duty not to procreate if certain harm to the child can be demonstrated.
The adjustments for the compatibility between the two is in response to the customers' long hoped demand to pair the precision and natural feel of the Intuos Creative Stylus with the powerful and fluid tools of Procreate.
The bioethicist Julian Savulescu argues that couples and individuals should not procreate unless they heed the Principle of Procreative Beneficence (PPB), according to which, "[c]ouples (or single reproducers) should select the child, of the possible children they could have, who is expected to have the best life, or at least as good a life as the others, based on the relevant, available information.
In such societies, young men and women may find themselves in a predicament because, their innate desire to mate and procreate is hampered by a lack of suitable mates.
This Part argues that such legislation, if applied to everyone, would violate the fundamental rights to procreate and to raise one's child.
Throughout, this article suggests that the right to procreate so conceived is in tension with an embedded constitutional principle that prohibits one class of persons from treating another as property.
Let's leave that argument, find what truth we can, and deny this philosophy of "survival of the fittest"--which Hitler appropriated to kill Gypsies, gays and lesbians, handicapped people, as well as Jews as not being "fit" to live and procreate.
In response, at its annual camp about 200 miles from Moscow, the Russian youth movement Nashi ("Ours"), in addition to banning alcohol and promoting physical fitness, held mass weddings and led the newly betrothed to a special "Love Oasis" where they were expected to copulate, and thus procreate, for the motherland.
Maybe one day, her and tattiefaced Wayne might procreate and introduce a new hybrid to the world.
What is perceived as a vague but nonetheless justified legal and moral interest to procreate freely without regard to others is, upon closer examination, based on little more than misconstrued or inapposite case precedent and blurry statements in non-binding sources of international law.
In Salamatou Adamou's neighborhood in Limantchi, Niger, preacher El Hadj Sabiou emerges from his mosque to quote from the Koran, "To better propagate the faith, the Islamic Oumah [community] must procreate.
The reason the union of a same-sex couple is an abomination must be because they can't procreate.
Yes, God wants us to procreate, but God can also bring good out of every situation.
And not only the law but science, too, offers a helping hand: by transforming a male into a female and vice-versa, as we have already seen, or by separating fecundity from sexuality with the purpose of making it possible to procreate at will, with the help of technical manipulations.
We sell out because we fall asleep and procreate," she noted.