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mirror image

[′mir·ər ′im·ij]
(optics)
A form that is identical to another except that it is reversed, as if viewed in a mirror.
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Shayne developed the film "Mirror Image" for twin actresses to portray a pair of identical undercover recruits.
On the balance of probability the near-side horse Royal Village was the winner, but with no mirror image it wasn't nailed on.
The bird is merely responding to its own reflective mirror image.
Prof Sewell added: "Our demonstration that unnatural molecules, like these mirror image molecules, can be successfully used for vaccination opens up possibilities to explore the use of other unnatural, stable molecular 'drugs' as vaccines in the future." The breakthrough has been welcomed by healthcare professionals who say a pill version of the flu vaccine could dramatically improve uptake.
'I have records to show that the backup is not a mirror image of the main SD,' he said during a hearing of the joint congressional oversight committee on the automated election system.
Meanwhile, twin brothers Colton and Trent Edwards, who go by the name (http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/tv-radio/2017/07/25/America-s-Got-Talent-Pittsburgh-s-Mirror-Image-murrysville-colton-edwards-trent-edwards/stories/201707250169) Mirror Image , will also be performing at the Dolby Theater on Tuesday night.
First, ray tracing procedure for the scenario of a singleantenna transmitter-receiver pair will be examined, and multiple paths will be formed using mirror image method.
For organizations that require outstanding performance for their online and mobile applications regardless of traffic levels and geographies, Mirror Image's DDN provides the simplest and most cost effective way to deliver online content to audiences worldwide.
Youngsters saw two ghosts cut out of foam, each a mirror image of the other.
In an interesting legal twist, a Nevada judge recently ordered a mirror image of a defendant--s personal computer system be made for preservation purposes.
They chose to gaze at the mirror image the second time because they perceived it as a new object.
Also they [4] obtained a result that n[C.sub.3] (n number of [C.sub.3]) and its mirror image are graceful.