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- A copy of a work of art, esp. a print or photograph of a painting
- The action or process of making a copy of something
- the process of generating offspring
- The production of offspring by a sexual or asexual process
- recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall
- replica: copy that is not the original; something that has been copied
M1 Garand Rifle U.S. Military WWII Reproduction 1943 Bayonet-Knife with M7 Scabbard
Brand new . M1 Garand Rifle U.S. military Issue Reproduction-replica "1943" Bayonet-knife. Identical to the Original WWII Issued Bayonets. Complete with OD M7 Scabbard .Knife is 15.5" (with Scabbard) & 14" (without Scabbard). Full Tang 10" Carbon steel blade. Blade engraved with vintage O.L US 1943 Proof marks. Blood grooves on both side of blade. High Quality molded grip handle. "QD" quick-detach button on handle. Bayonet locks into scabbard . OD M7 Scabbard Included with U.S. Flaming Bomb Burst Proof Marks. Scabbard comes with steel pistol belt attachment . A must have item for collectors
In the Biedermeier style. Mahogany with Flame Mahogany panels, ebony inlays and black painted details.
it took about 160 hours to build
Handmade Reproduction Bliss Furniture
The furniture was made by gluing images of bliss furniture to blocks of wood, cardboard and crudely built wooden furniture.
reproduction wood furniture
In this groundbreaking work of investigative journalism by the author of the New York Times bestseller Kingdom Coming, Michelle Goldberg exposes the global war on women’s reproductive rights and its disastrous and unreported consequences for the future of global development
Women’s rights are often treated as mere appendages to great questions of war, peace, poverty, and economic development. But as networks of religious fundamentalists, feminists, and bureaucrats struggle to remake sexual and childbearing norms worldwide, the battle to control women’s bodies has become a high-stakes enterprise, with the United States often supporting the most reactionary forces.
In a work of incisive cultural analysis and deep reporting, Michelle Goldberg shows how the emancipation of women has become the key human rights struggle of the twenty-first century. The Means of Reproduction travels through four continents, examining issues such as abortion, female circumcision, and Asia’s missing girls to show how the battle over women’s bodies has been globalized and how, too often, the United States has joined sworn enemies such as Iran and Sudan in an axis of repression. Reporting with unique insight from both the rarefied realm of international policy and from individual women’s lives, Goldberg elucidates the economic, demographic, and health consequences of women’s oppression, which affect more than half the world’s population.
As The Means of Reproduction reveals, the conflict between self-determination and patriarchal tradition has come to define pressing questions of global development. Empowering women is the key to retarding the progress of AIDS, curbing overpopulation, and helping the third world climb out of poverty, but attempts to improve women’s status elicit fierce opposition from conservatives who see women’s submission as key to their own national or religious identity.
From the anticommunist genesis of America’s attempts to stem population growth in poor countries to the current worldwide attack on women’s rights as a decadent Western imposition, Goldberg explores the interplay between the great issues of our time and the politics of sex and childbearing. Finally, The Means of Reproduction shows how women, strengthened by a solidarity that transcends borders, are fighting for freedom.
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