Packaged, we choose our produce based on promotions.
First, celebration of the seasons and local produce.
Some pathogens produce toxins which make you feel ill.
Grapefruit trees produce the best quality fruit on sandy, relatively fertile soils.
“The market calls it ugly produce, but ‘ugly’ ends up being only a small portion of it.
Unfertilized eggs produce drones, while fertilized eggs produce females.
The opaque yellow of a ripe banana is the easiest to produce, and ultramarine blue is the hardest.
So, all dogs produce allergens, and some dogs will produce more allergens than others.
Natural signs are the cries and gestures that we instinctively produce upon having particular experiences.
In the first year they produce stems and leaves; in the second year they produce blossoms and seeds and then die.
The number of eggs produced varies greatly, but, in general, smaller species produce few eggs, larger species produce many.
Some deliberative theorists claim that the deliberative process of exchanging arguments for contrasting viewpoints can and should produce a consensus.
The words 'as healthy practices (Greek) produce health, so do just practices produce justice,' have a sound very like the Nicomachean Ethics.
He added, “When you’re just told to produce, to produce, to produce, it’s like having a gun to your head and saying, you know, Dance, monkey!”
Many beetles also produce defensive compounds, and some stick insects and a few grasshoppers produce compounds in a spray that can be ejected a distance of 40 cm (16 inches).
So, if Turkey produces steel, which is imported by America to produce a car, and if Turkey is suffering from the pandemic, there are lockdowns and we cannot produce that steel.
The technique involves fusing certain myeloma cells (cancerous B cells), which can multiply indefinitely but cannot produce antibodies, with plasma cells (noncancerous B cells), which are short-lived but produce a desired antibody.
AstraZeneca first teamed up with Oxford University in April to produce and distribute a Covid-19 vaccine, before announcing last week that it had partnered with British cell-therapy company Oxford Biomedica to bolster its manufacturing capacity to produce 1 billion doses.
For (a still simplistic) example, consider the sort of generalizations about pain introduced before: pain tends to be caused by bodily injury; pain tends to produce the belief that something is wrong with the body and the desire to be out of that state; pain tends to produce anxiety; pain tends to produce wincing or moaning.
An example of a naturalistic ethical theory is John Stuart Mill’s version of utilitarianism, according to which action is morally right to the extent that it tends to produce happiness (or pleasure, broadly construed) and morally wrong to the extent that it fails to produce happiness or tends to produce unhappiness (or pain, broadly construed).
- bring forth or yield
Example: The tree would not produce fruit
- fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
- create or manufacture a man-made product
Example: We produce more cars than we can sell
- cause to happen, occur or exist
Example: This procedure produces a curious effect
- bring out for display
Example: The proud father produced many pictures of his baby
- cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques
Example: The Bordeaux region produces great red wines
- bring onto the market or release
Example: produce a movie
- come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)
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An example of a naturalistic ethical theory is John Stuart Mills version of utilitarianism according to which action is morally right to the extent that it tends to produce happiness or pleasure broadly construed and morally wrong to the extent that it fails to produce happiness or tends to produce unhappiness or pain broadly construed