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His illustration Daybreak was once the most reproduced work of art in the world.

Iconic works of art, generally reproduced on posters, postcards, and mugs, are now available in the size of a small bed of a nail.

Romney gave Whitney a copy of his favorite photo of his wife so it could be reproduced in the portrait.

They are reproduced in their near entirety for the first time in a new collection, The Richard Burton Diaries.

No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or printed without permission in writing from the publisher.

She has boldly reproduced upon canvas a fulness of life and joy, such as is rarely seen in pictures.

The two old views of the “Elephant and Castle” reproduced here, show the relative importance of the place at different periods.

One is reproduced here, chiefly with the object of showing the pleasing roadside humour of hanging criminals in chains.

He seems to have forgotten his nautical labourer patented twenty years before; but yet reproduced something very similar.

The thirty-six subjects not reproduced are for the most part small or apparently not of special interest.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reproduced, such as: blueprinted, null, dittoed, duplicated, manufactured, and mimeographed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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