Identikit


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Identikit

a set of transparencies of various typical facial characteristics that can be superimposed on one another to build up, on the basis of a description, a picture of a person sought by the police
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If you're a fan of making your own statement and want to avoid an identikit home, 'ByKal' is a Dubai-based furniture-making firm with a difference
The flat, simplified style of their line-drawn faces suggests a set of identikit variations, each the equivalent of all the others.
The double Wimbledon champion insisted on making an identikit of the knifeman straight after fourhour surgery on her playing hand to save her career.
He is not quite Andy Carroll-esque - but he is still not an identikit Rodgers player.
Not for them some concrete, grey pillars going up and down looking like some identikit arena that could be anywhere in the world.
Where once we had rows of shops, each one different and proudly displaying the name of the owner, we now have identikit high streets where the same bland brands sit side by side as on every other high street.
Whoever you vote for amongst these parties, one or a combination of two of these identikit parties will carry on with the same Tory policies.
Even competitors with a natural talent turn into identikit X Factor competitors once the mentors and the stylists get their way.
The Housing Minister, Grant Shapps, recently quite rightly condemned the identikit housing estates that are being churned out up and down the country, and we would be concerned if the pattern-book mass housing delivery model were endorsed by the Education Secretary Michael Gove and applied to schools, which work best when they respond to the needs of students, teachers and the context of a site.
Nuns' second-half scores came from identikit driving lineouts, after fly half Rickie Aley had twice kicked accurately to the corner.