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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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It is the realm that in Hohfeld's terms represents for the procreator a liberty to have children (or a lack of duty not to procreate), a claim-right to the constitutional duty the state owes not to interfere with our having children, as well as a constitutional immunity from the state altering the liberty or claim-right.
Finally, the right involves immunities, in that others, including the state, cannot derogate (are disabled from derogating) from the procreative claim-rights, privileges (liberties), and powers of the prospective procreators.
Parents are the procreators, rather than the creators of their children, meaning that children are their trusts, rather than their possessions, products, or projects.
Defenders of liberty in Missouri targeted New England abolitionists, debauchers of the democratic process, and not Free Soft Westerners, procreators of this greatest and yet most vulnerable of American systems.
Blue, like many Native women activists, links women's authority as procreators with their larger responsibilities to a personified, feminized Earth.
We may be shopkeepers, bankers or knicker producers but above all we're procreators," he says.
Because women's power as procreators threaten men, men try to keep women from certain music making and other activities because they hold some power and knowledge that would make women more powerful.
The odds oppose them, Y2K computer alarmists warn against it and doctors frown, but some prospective procreators are eyeing the mother of all due dates for their newborns - January 1, 2000.
A dominant thread in the chapters is the New Order state project of defining subordinate, essentially domestic roles for women within a militarized context, in which women are defined as "appendages and companions to their husbands, as procreators of the nation, as mothers and educators of children, as housekeepers, and as members of Indonesian society - in that order" (Suryakusuma, p.
With the election of Prime Minister Netanyahu, nationalistic and religious chauvinistic elements in Israel came to be the procreators of the process as well as its procrastinators.
33) Protecting the parental rights of one procreator risks denying the rights of other procreators.
By means of our so-called compassion and generosity, we sent the signal to many thousands of young women eager to get out of their parents' home and control that poor men are most useful to them as procreators, not as providers.
129) See Landesman, supra note 2, at 116 (explaining that intentional HIV infection is murder because it intends to annihilate the procreators and perpetuate death unto the next generation so that the killing continues).