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Resemble

Be a likeness of another structure.
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The ductal structures featured well-defined areas of central necrosis that resembled comedocarcinoma of the breast (figure).
1) In this article, we describe a new case of primary extracranial meningioma that occurred in the right anterior ethmoid sinus and that resembled a mucocele in its presentation.
Because he is a dancer of enormous strength as well as sweetness, Woetzel resembled a William Blake angel in descent, but the method of descent verged on the choreographically sadistic.
The earliest chordates presumably resembled amphioxus in being nearly brainless animals that lacked paired eyes and fed by filtering food from the water.
By distributing what resembled scaffolding throughout the exhibition space, Bergara attempted to suggest the "ruins" of these cabins, rather than their intact structures.
Even the after-party at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel resembled a sedate viewing session at a funeral parlor.
While previous theories on mitochondrial origins argued that an anaerobic, sugar-metabolizing bacterial or eukaryotic host cell captured an aerobic bacterium to provide a better way of making ATP, Martin and Muller counter that the host was an archaeon whose metabolism resembled that of the methanogens crowding around the hydrogenosomes in the slide that so fascinated Martin.
This construction resembled the primal-screaming booths used by Bly's initiates to transform them from brow-beaten weaklings into virile men; but, in fact, the openings were too small to enter or exit: an adjustment suggesting the futility of such activities.
With some 30 musicians performing more than 50 songs, the concert resembled Smith's career - eclectic, unfocused at times but often invigorating and joyous.
Loope and his colleagues propose that the richest fossil site in Mongolia once resembled the Sand Hills region of northern Nebraska, a rolling landscape of giant dunes covered with meadows and wetlands that support a rich assortment of wildlife.
In his recent show, Stephen Ellis' spare abstractions evoked various states of architectural and photographic decay, creating illogical spaces and surfaces that sometimes resembled images degraded into abstraction by excessive replication.