Quotations that match 'replicate'.

The reader's challenge is to replicate the experiment by reading the poem and to draw their own conclusions. John Barton
[ Challenge Conclusions Draw Experiment Own Poem Reader Reading Replicate Their]
We never notate our music, so you can try to replicate it, but you don't really have it. Thurston Moore
[ Music Never Our Really Replicate Try]
There is a gentleness in Michigan that you just can't replicate. Jennifer Granholm
[ Gentleness Just Michigan Replicate]
I just had that conversation this morning with my doctor. I just got back from the hospital a half-hour ago, and nothing will make me happier than to replicate the DNA of my amazing husband. I'm optimistic. Karen Duffy
[ Ago Amazing Back Conversation Dna Doctor Got Had Half-Hour Happier Hospital Husband Just Make Morning Nothing Optimistic Replicate Than Will]
I have had so many great moments, but I would have to say that dancing the Swan in 'Swan Lake' was such a unique and passionate experience for me. It was such bloody hard work, even at that very early age, that I would not want to try to replicate it again now. William Kempe
[ Again Age Bloody Dancing Early Even Experience Great Had Hard Lake Many Moments Now Passionate Replicate Say Such Swan Try Unique Very Want Work Would]
Because of the nature of Moore's law, anything that an extremely clever graphics programmer can do at one point can be replicated by a merely competent programmer some number of years later. John Carmack
[ Anything Because Clever Competent Extremely Graphics Later Law Merely Moore Nature Number Point Programmer Some Years]
Second, we have to make the most of the strengths we have, the amenities that many of our competitors cannot replicate. But again, those advantages won't mean much if we don't do a great job with the basics of our business. Gerard Arpey
[ Advantages Again Amenities Basics Business Cannot Competitors Great Job Make Many Mean Most Much Our Replicate Second Strengths Those Won]
You want to do something that shows some type individuality and talent and imagination - at the same time, you want to be truthful to the predecessors, because obviously the audience liked something about them and you have to replicate that experience to a certain extent. Renny Harlin
[ Audience Because Certain Experience Extent Imagination Individuality Liked Obviously Predecessors Replicate Same Shows Some Something Talent Them Time Truthful Type Want]
In the transmission of human culture, people always attempt to replicate, to pass on to the next generation the skills and values of the parents, but the attempt always fails because cultural transmission is geared to learning, not DNA. Gregory Bateson
[ Always Attempt Because Cultural Culture Dna Fails Geared Generation Human Learning Next Parents Pass Replicate Skills Transmission Values]