procreate


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Synonyms for procreate

Synonyms for procreate

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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Today, after decades filled with modern substantive due process jurisprudence establishing the fundamental right not to procreate, (e.
In his budget press conference, he referred to a duty to procreate for the good of the country.
The UDHR provides protection for families once formed, but has not been expanded to justify a positive right to procreate.
Men experience their awareness of their ability to procreate most directly as part of their "wide-awake" reality, or working memory.
The women had a right to procreate with whomever they wanted.
It should come as no shock that sexual intercourse between a man and a woman is how human beings procreate.
9) Whereas in the biblical text God graciously endows human beings with the power of generation, in Luther's anthropological thought, God through his blessing defines the inescapable destination of human beings, namely to procreate.
One doctor has coined the term "revenge fertility" to describe what he believes is ethnic competition to procreate.
1) Eight months later, however, the circuit court vacated its earlier decision, reheard Gerber's case en banc, and held that the right to procreate was "fundamentally inconsistent with incarceration," thereby precluding Gerber from artificially inseminating his wife.
One of the most hotly litigated prisoners' rights issues in federal and state courts is whether an inmate has the right to procreate through artificial means while incarcerated.
A state prisoner brought a [section] 1983 action and state law claims against a warden, alleging violation of his constitutional right to procreate by the warden's refusal to allow the prisoner to artificially inseminate his wife.
The event is sponsored by industry leaders Hewlett Packard, GretagMacbeth, procreate, Font Reserve, MYOB, Dantz, and Knoll.
The offender's right to procreate is limited to only three years in prison (there have been cases of "sperm migration" in prison) and five years while on probation.
Instead, the male doctors' concerns about women's health stemmed largely from their concerns river women's ability to procreate.
A federal court ruled in September that male inmates have a constitutional right to procreate while they are incarcerated, reports USA Today.