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clone
used in Turtles All the Way Down

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Definition
a copy of something — especially an organism with identical genetics created through technology
  • Davis and Daisy were chatting back and forth about the dehumanization of Clone troopers, and Mychal jumped in to explain that Daisy was actually kind of a famous writer of Star Wars fan fiction.
    p. 96.3
clone = a copy of an organism with identical genetics created through technology
  • Mychal and I are having a homework night, but I should have about a hundred and forty-two minutes after school if we go straight to your house, which just happens to be the running time of Attack of the Clones.
    p. 197.7
  • clones = genetically identical copies made with technology
  • Daisy considered Attack of the Clones to be the most underrated Star Wars film.
    p. 198.2
clones = genetically identical copies made with technology
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