alter ego


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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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But if competitive pressure is there, they often try to set up an alter ego company.
Nicoletta Peruzzo from Alter Ego Italy, said: "Alter Ego Italy's global reputation, backed by our 25 years of experience and specialised expertise in hair care and the latest hair coloring technology is well known.
He said that the 35-year-old TV personality would scream that her alter ego was coming out and would crawl around on all fours.
Dubbed The Governator when he first ran for governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger is now adopting the character as a comic book alter ego.
Sharing profits and losses is also a factor in determining (1) whether an agency relationship exists, (2) whether entities are partners by estoppel and (3) to the extent sharing profits and losses might also be considered intermingling of funds, whether an alter ego relationship exists.
Leo, who we learn is actually Quant, the cat/lion alter ego, it seems, can travel at will between the two worlds being both alive and dead.
Donner (aka Nikolaus Pevsner) offered his readers a series of 'treasure hunts', pursuing the vernacular architecture of the nineteenth century while his alter ego explored the picturesque applications of English modernism.
Parker's masked alter ego dispatches villains by the six pack, but poor Peter can't hold a job, keep up with his studies, or save his beloved aunt from eviction--and he sure can't show up for sweetheart Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst).
Loosely based on Ravel's opera L'enfant et les Sortileges, the dance centers on a 9-year-old girl and her alter ego, with both roles danced by the insightful and often hilarious Rabidoux.
Grayson Perry,43, collected the pounds 20,000 prize at a ceremony at Tate Britain in London,dressed as his alter ego Claire.
a cross-chain D reorganization) or the TASCO recast (a distribution by T's alter ego), then T or the alter ego should recognize gain on the distribution of the NB asset.