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alter ego

[′ȯl·tər ′ē‚gō]
(psychology)
A close friend who represents a second self to an individual.
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Earlier today, in the opening statement by the prosecution, they alleged that Jho Low is the alter ego of Najib and that the two men had fabricated documents to show the billions of ringgit channelled into the latter's account were from an Arab donor.
The band will perform 'Alter Ego' at the competition's first semi-final on May 10 in Stockholm.
Garrick disappeared for a decade, and a new Flash, with the alter ego Barry Allen, was introduced in 1956.
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Summary: Arnold Schwarzenegger adopts The Governator as his comic book alter ego.
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"That alter ego has always come out when I'm on stage, but I do reveal more of myself actually.
But there's a very strong chance they'll be able to persuade him this year." The 62-year-old singer famously killed off his alter ego on stage in London in 1973, a year after the album's release.