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It’s still under construction, being built by SQ4D, an offshoot of New York-based S-Squared 3D Printers.
Spider plants emit little offshoots, or “babies,” that can be planted again.
Reports I’m hearing indicate that the group the arrested men were part of, called the Wolverine Watchmen, likely started early this year as an offshoot of the Michigan Liberty Militia.
Started in 2011 by Sir Richard Branson as an offshoot of his Virgin Galactic space business, Virgin Orbit has not revealed how much it has spent to date.
The Disciples are just as evidently an offshoot from the Baptists, as children are an offshoot from the parental stock.
Behind this, hiding itself as it were and almost invisible, nestled a smaller excrescence or offshoot.
The Amorites would appear to have been an eastern offshoot of the same race.
The Hittites of Hebron, however, may really have been an offshoot of the Hittite nations of the north.
Probably the buffalo had never before seen this offshoot of civilization, for he was much alarmed.
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It is an industrial offshoot of St. Louis, which has outstripped its parent in expansion.

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