replicated

[ adjective, noun rep-li-kit; verb rep-li-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF replicated
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPLICATED

Replicated in this version as it is believed to be intentional.

The incipits have not been replicated in this version, but can be viewed on the page images.

These are replicated from the printed pages, presumably they indicate censored text from the original source.

The original publication has been replicated faithfully except as listed here.

The linear function, replicated in the use of the lever, was generalized in machines made of many levers.

Text appearing in illustrations has been replicated along with the illustration caption.

In the original work the Headers were printed in various decorative fonts not replicated in this e-text.

The two versions are replicated together, with the formatting of each indicated in the titles below.

Transcribers Note: The original publication has been replicated faithfully except as listed here.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "repeat," from Latin replicatus, past participle of replicare (see reply). Meaning "to copy, reproduce, make a replica of" is from 1882, a back-formation from replication. Genetic sense is first recorded 1957. Related: Replicated; replicating.

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