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to bring into existence and foster the development of

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

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transmit from one generation to the next

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travel through the air

become distributed or widespread

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transmit or cause to broaden or spread

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cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering

multiply sexually or asexually

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As the signal propagates in the dielectric, electric charge density changes on the surface of the conductors (both signal and "ground").
Experimental analysis has found that when an internal wave beam propagates along the vertical symmetry plane of a Lamb-Chaplygin pancake vortex dipole, critical levels occur when co-propagating with the dipole and turning points when counter-propagating.
When a pure differential signal propagates on a symmetrical differential pair; like an edge-coupled microstrip or edge-coupled stripline, the mode the signal propagates in is the odd mode of the transmission line.
That's what we're doing with this project, researching the best methods of growth and select the lead material so that when plantations come on-line, we have material we can propagate to establish these plantations.
The cracks themselves also become stress risers, and as the molding operation continues, the cracks propagate farther into the mold.
I find myself engaging in conversation with strangers whose gardens I admire and often coming away with a handful of seeds to propagate myself: cleome, or cat's whiskers; rudbeckia, or black-eyed Susan; salvia, both red and blue; gallardia, the gorgeous purple daisy-like flowers; clary sage and garden sage; basil and calendula and pot marigold; all sorts of minds and lambsears and poppies and hollyhocks and lemon balm .
Thus, the real issue is when does the tearing energy reach a low enough value that small, perhaps preexisting, flaws begin to propagate.
God given" desire to consummate continues long after the ability to propagate has passed - or what happened to Abram and Sara?
One of the easiest plants to grow and propagate for the shade or semi-shade garden is sweet potato vine.
It is a question of how quickly the small kink in an electric field, created when one electron moves, can propagate to the next electron.
Branching cracks propagate through the stainless steel cladding, and they either stop where the cladding meets the base material or change their direction of propagation along the interface.
Offord and her colleagues have been working urgently with a minimum of plant material to propagate the "living fossil," as it is being called.
Portable ALM Templates: The ability for development organizations to increase productivity and leverage best practices by allowing project managers to quickly and easily propagate project templates from one project to another -- all elements defined in a project workspace can be exported and applied as a template to a new project.
There are lots of berries on bushes and trees right now, providing food for birds and brightening our surroundings, so it's time to propagate and plan hedges.
Horticulturists at the facility have repeatedly failed to propagate the plant by cuttings or grafts.