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The things they do to survive and procreate are so fantastical and magnificent that it develops a sense of awe that you’re surrounded by these real stories of wild animals that are far more radical than our wildest science fiction.
As Braunitsch had put it so succinctly, "Even the lowest worm can procreate itself—unfortunately."
Men cannot give birth to a child, nor can they suckle a child; they can only procreate children, or become fathers.
They will obey and procreate, though the heavens roll up as a scroll and all things come to judgment.
Natural inability at the time of the marriage to procreate children is a canonical disability.
Blondes ordinarily procreate blondes, and dark parents have dark-skinned children.
THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS
Thus he who does not desire to procreate seems to aspire to the possession of the beautiful in a higher degree.
The state can not decree that men shall marry, or that women shall marry, or that women shall procreate.
THE FERTILITY OF THE UNFITWILLIAM ALLAN CHAPPLE
During the first ten years the couple are under obligation to procreate for the city — Restrictions during these ten years.
The ram has been known to live to the age of fifteen years, and begins to procreate at one.

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