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A fundamental property of the phenomenon we call life, as it exists here on Earth, is the propagation of stories—of algorithmic information, or process—into the future.
All organized beings are powerfully affected by propagation.
THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS
In my eyes, one of the greatest miracles it has ever worked is the rapidity of its propagation and the confidence it inspires.
THE MIRACULOUS MEDALJEAN MARIE ALADEL
At dinner the Work of the Propagation of the Faith was recommenced, and on this occasion still more distastefully to me.
Propagation in summer from the half-ripe wood is a better and less uncertain method.
THE BOOK OF ROSESFRANCIS PARKMAN
As they root easily, this seems to afford a means of propagation, in the absence of seed—for the fruit is usually seedless.
But one of the pleasures most intense is that which prompts animals to propagation.
THEODICYG. W. LEIBNIZ
You should watch during harvest and select for propagation for the next year only such plants as yield best.
AGRICULTURE FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES WILLIAM BURKETT
Unthinking parents have a lot to do with the propagation of fear in the hearts of children.
LAUGH AND LIVEDOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
Propagation is effected by division of the offsets, which may be broken from the main plant in early spring.

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