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Striving to replicate the human world, Instagram operates by the rules of likability and genuine engagement.
Nothing is going to replace 20,000 home fans cheering for their team, but we were looking at all of the opportunities to replicate that in the best possible way digitally.
In lab experiments, one of the drugs, called GC376, disables a key enzyme that some coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV-2, use to replicate.
Wood remembered calling both Shapery and Thompson in late 2015 with the hope of replicating a lease-to-own deal that Cisterra had previously facilitated at Civic Center Plaza.
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They hope to replicate the universe that we see — flat and smooth — without the baggage that comes with a bang.
It was meant to replicate the post-viewing panel that takes place on stage at in-person premieres, according to Webster.
The viral genome encodes proteins needed by the virus to infect humans and to replicate.
In 2015, scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory created bioprinted kidney tissue that replicated some of the functions of biological nephrons.
So that’s like a first step in terms of rewarding scholars who are attempting to replicate.
That is a misuse of the term because, in fact, most significant results probably don’t replicate.

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