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(of the corollas of certain flowers) having two lips in the form of a face
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Instruction GM16: Personate Personate helper is helper an anthropomorphic robot that guides new learners to become familiar with the system.
In the sense that they represent or personate those for whom they act as representatives.
Sebbene questo materiale preesistente possa dare molti suggerimenti e idee per il nuovo allestimento, gli studenti non devono essere influenza ti dalle precedenti interpretazioni dell'opera: al contrario, essi sono chiamati a dare la propria personate e particolare interpretazione del personaggio loro assegnato.
56) The Admiral's Men had ultimately profited from the Swan's demise, and Dekker's Shoemaker's Holiday seems also to personate important aspects of this conflict through its many allusions to the French wars which form the backdrop to its storyline.
So the rogue BS/AP cannot personate any legitimate BS/AP to send a key agreement challenge message (MSG#l/msgl) and perform the following handshake procedure.
but] written to personate current persons or to be applied to current topical politics'--in marked contrast to Italian operas, where politics were left at the theatre doors.
En 1964 se registraron los primeros resultados y en 1974 se establecio en Italia L'Imposta personate sul reddito, fundado en el principio personal de gravamen, como habia ocurrido en la reforma francesa de 1972.
22) As it happens, for example, in Leviathan; when developing his conception of representation, Hobbes gives meaning to his point resorting to Cicero: "So that a person is the same that an actor is, both on the stage and in common conversation; and to personate is to act, or represent, himself or another; and he that acteth another is said to bear his person, or act in his name (in which sense Cicero useth it where he says Unus sustineo tres personas: mei, adversarii, et judicis, I bear three persons: my own, my adversary's, and the judge's)" (Hobbes 1994, 101).
La muestra tuvo lugar en mayo de 1991 y recibio el nombre de Strettamente Personate (Estrictamente personal).
But between them the actors personate some 10 other characters from a Hollywood starlet to a drug-addled teenager and an alcoholic old-timer whose claim to fame is that he is the last surviving extra from the John Wayne movie The Quiet Man.
As, however, he could not change either his features or complexion, which certainly were Mongolian, it was impossible for him to personate either a Caucasian or an Ethiopian, and the only thing left for him to be was a Japanese.