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Resemble

Be a likeness of another structure.
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Boyer said he recently affixed to the sign the uniformed mannequin resembling Bratton and put up the display on Devonshire Street near the Devonshire Division on Saturday.
Wolfberries, resembling bright red raisins when dried, have been used to lower blood pressure; strengthen the eyes, liver, and kidneys; and balance the immune system.
Current protection programs mainly resemble innate immunity, but programs that learn from exposure (thus resembling adaptive immunity) are under development.
In each case, the person most resembling themselves was preferred almost two thirds of the time - significantly higher than being down to chance alone.
Similar slivers dominate the floating Glass Island, 2004, a more complex installation in which a ladderlike wooden apparatus reaches upward, its armature dotted with pins and weighed down with a mesh basket filled with ominous-looking white-topped pins resembling eggs.
Drive along Century Avenue, billed as Shanghai's Champs Elysees, towards Century Park, and you encounter a sculpture resembling a collapsed satellite.
Although most of the rings are composed of virtually pure water ice, a spectrometer on Cassini found that particles in the F ring, the sixth ring discovered, as well as those in the rings' gaps, have a small dirt component with a composition resembling that of Saturn's outlying moon, Phoebe, notes Roger Clark of the U.
With striking hut not particularly pleasing costumes by Holly Hynes--Whelan in a body stocking resembling an ugly if skimpy bikini--the work is beautifully lit by Mark Stanley.
The seeds of some Nigella species, when heated, are reputed to have a nutty, peppery flavor resembling that of oregano and are used in the Middle East and India for spicing up salads, vegetables, bread and fish.
is increasingly resembling venture capital, more traditional leveraged buyout deals are taking off in Europe, reports John Morris, assistant managing editor based in The Deal's London bureau.
The door handle, stair rail, and window shown in the exhibition preserved traces of the past, the creased surface of the latex resembling aged, sloughed-off flesh.