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the process by which an organism produces others of its kind

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We should note that the primary reason for marriage is not procreation alone but the couple fulfilling purpose, then children follow if God decides to bless the union with kids.
In the context of changing technological, legal, political, and social contexts, these are just some of the questions that Reassembling Motherhood: Procreation and Care in a Globalized World discusses.
This is so, Calida said, because the purpose of marriage is procreation.
'Why is this marriage...why does the state tolerate this kind of marriage if the purpose of procreation?' the SC justice asked.
NAOMI Long yesterday described as "insulting" comments from a senior Presbyterian that marriage is about procreation.
The focus of evaluation is to further understanding of the influence of 'family of orientation' relative to family of procreation' on the incidence of female criminal activity.
Decline of the Welsh birthrate IT may be funny to joke about procreation, but Mr D.E.Jones needs to face the stark reality.
The French bishops' conference quickly spoke out against the decision, with Archbishop Pierre d'Ornellas stressing that expansions to "assisted procreation" would likely lead to legalizing surrogacy.
In his review, Stoner suggests that grounding my account philosophically in the socalled "new natural law"--and in particular, by accepting the view that one cannot derive an "ought" from an "is"--is in tension with what he characterizes as my claim that "the 'oughts' of parental care and instruction seem to follow from the fact of procreation." Yet on my view parental duties are not derived from the mere fact of procreation, but rather from the unique and intimate relationship between parent and child, and the personal dependence of children on their parents for the ideal fulfillment of their developmental needs.
A well-known theater actor from Belgium told one of his country's best-read weeklies that he is infuriated by the "procreation policies of the Jews in Israel." Wannes Cappelle, 37, made his remarks in an interview published Sunday in De Zondag.
McClive, Cathy, Menstruation and Procreation in Early Modern France (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World), Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
Personnes souffrant d'infertilite ou de difficultes de procreation
L'assistance medicale a la procreation, le prelevement d'organes humains, ainsi que la creation d'un conseil de bioethique pour la prise en charge des questions morales sont les premiers chapitres du projet de loi relatif a la sante rendus publics, hier.
The public prosecutor for the southern province of Malaga has opened a preliminary inquiry "to clarify whether the allegations constitute a criminal offence." Cardinal-designate Sebastian said in an interview in January that "with all respect I say that homosexuality is a defective way of manifesting sexuality, because that has a structure and a purpose which is procreation. He is one of 19 new prelates whom Pope Francis has named to be elevated to the College of Cardinals at a consistory on 22 February.