The finding is heady stuff – if duplicated, this would represent one of the most effective approaches yet demonstrated.
In one study, children saw a magic trick where objects placed into one box were duplicated in another.
Others saw a fluke convergence of interests that would not be duplicated in the near future.
Urologists categorize diphallia into three groups based on how much is duplicated.
If it could be duplicated, that would only get Ryan to his absolute minimum level of revenues as a share of GDP.
He believed it might be duplicated from crude oil, properly refined.
The building could probably be duplicated to-day for one-half that sum.
Unnecessary, over-lapping, and duplicated bureaus and agencies were reduced to the minimum.
Can this scene be duplicated in Formosa and Korea, where the Japanese hold sway?
The apparel might have been duplicated; but the oval face under the Panama hat had no replica.
1620s, "to double," from Latin duplicatus, past participle of duplicare (see duplicate (adj.)). Meaning "make an exact copy" is from 1640s (implied in duplicated). Related: Duplicating. The noun is first recorded 1530s.