An exact copy or model of something, esp. one on a smaller scale
a replica of the Empire State Building
A duplicate of an original artistic work
copy that is not the original; something that has been copied
A replica is a copy that is relatively indistinguishable from the original. which are a copy used for historical purposes, such as being placed in a museum. Sometimes the original never existed. For example, Difference Engine No. ...
Replica is the fourth fanclub release by British progressive metal band Threshold, released in 2004. It contains two unreleased songs, and remixes from past albums.
Replica is a fictional character, a Skrull in the Earth-691 timeline of the fictional Marvel Universe, and is a devout member of the Universal Church of Truth. She is a member of the Galactic Guardians, an offshoot of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
replica is a client–server data-replication system for Plan 9 from Bell Labs. It was originally designed for distributing updates to the fourth edition of Plan 9. The server stores changes to its file system in a log; the client updates itself by reading that log and applying any changes.
Replica was the first single released by Fear Factory from their 1995 album Demanufacture. The music was composed by guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera, with lyrics by vocalist Burton C. Bell. ...
"Replica" is an episode of The Outer Limits television series. It first aired 27 April 2001. It is the seventh episode from the seventh season of The Outer Limits.
An exact copy; A copy made at a smaller scale of the original
(Replicas) Lightsaber hilts made to look as much like the props used in the Star Wars Trilogies as possible. Replicas can be made to look like the "pretty" designs used in closeups or like the more rugged but less detailed designs used for stunt scenes.
A copy of the original, a facsimile. A reproduction.
A copy, or reproduction.
a copy of a document; that is, x is a replica of y if GETting x usually yields the same digital artifact as getting y. See: authentic
The article or product looks substantially identical to what players and coaches wear, but may vary as to material, quality, or manufacturer. Replicas are not the same as authentic.
It is possible that dCache will choose to make a file accessible from more than one pool using a pool-to-pool copy. If this happens, then each copy of the file is a replica. ...
item made by someone other than the artist (though under licence) as a public substitute for the original using the same specifications
Under the NDB storage engine, each table fragment has number of replicas stored on other storage nodes in order to provide redundancy. Currently there may be up 4 replicas per fragment.
Copy of an original structure or object made by the original builder (or corporate or family descendent) that made the original structure or object
An exact duplicate of the original, using the same materials and manufacturing techniques as were used to produce the original article.
In web terminology, replica of a URL means its absolute copy. Duplicate content is never appreciated so it’s something to abstain from.
a reproduction of a coin, typically does not have much numismatic value.
(left): a copy of an original, openly advertised as being a copy; in the 1980s manufacturers, such as Steiff, began making copies of their antique teddy bears; replicas are often made in limited editions.
(REH-plee-ka): (n) (1) Aftershock. A regular Spanish word that is particularly relevant in Chile. (2) A second, smaller round of the popular drink terremoto. See also temblor and terremoto.
A region with data-policy set to replicate or persistent-replicate .
as applied to a flight training device in this manual does not infer total duplication of all furnishings of the respective aircraft. Items such as mounting panels, walls, ceilings, floor structures and coverings and windows must present an equivalent appearance and functionality.
This expression means that the original body has collapsed or simply been discarded, to be replaced by a more desirable, usually open, variant, but of a recognisable Alvis type. Sometimes anachronistic.