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effigy

Art a portrait of a person, esp as a monument or architectural decoration
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effigy

A representation or imitation of a person, in whole or in part, as a likeness in sculpture.
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The effigies which are installed at different places in the city are taken through the pre-decided route before meeting at the city's Nehru Chowk.
The ubiquitous statues of the late dictator have frequently formed a target of protesters, some of whom might daub the effigies with paint, while others have launched campaigns to remove them.
Colorful effigies, large placards, witty slogans and protest music filled Commonwealth Avenue on Monday to denounce the many socio-economic issues the country faces as President Rodrigo Duterte hold his third Sona.
Protesters in Australia and America, meanwhile, took the warning as an invitation, releasing photos and videos of flaming Hun Sen effigies.
These teenage girls are Effigies, super-humans who can control the four elements of nature.
"We celebrated the victory of truth over falsehood in a modern and democratic country by burning effigies. For us, Modi and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) are symbol of falsehood.
Two men, aged 22 and 27, were arrested yesterday morning after sick effigies of a hanged Rangers fan were displayed at the match.
Celtic supporters before the match BY JOHN FERGUSON and CHRIS SHERRARD CELTIC supporters in Northern Ireland have blasted the "mindless morons" who hung effigies of Rangers fans at the Old Firm match.
The report also stated that, "photos from the demonstration show effigies appearing to be dressed as Orthodox Jews being strung from rope and set on fire."
Mexicans celebrating an Easter ritual late on Saturday burnt effigies of U.S.
After a video of Noider Almanza Barraza setting fire to effigies of Miss Universe Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach and Steve Harvey during New Year's Eve has gone viral on social media on Saturday, the Colombian has issued an apology and even blamed their country's tradition for the incident.
EFFIGIES of Martin McGuinness, Gerry Adams and Bobby Sands were thrown on a loyalist bonfire last night.