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personate

(of the corollas of certain flowers) having two lips in the form of a face
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California-based Melissa, a provider of global contact data quality and identity verification solutions, has said that it has launched Personator World, a cloud-based identity resolution and verification engine.
She praised "Genoski, the great female personator, whose face has the delicate contour of the aristocratic Japanese woman." Though Amsden may have articulated Orientalist sentiments of Japan as a nation imbued with feminine gentility, she highlighted its refinement in its gender performance.
as if the Personator were the man Personated." (28) In the context of the popular commercial theater, then, it would appear that the mimetic desires aroused by a dramatic reenactment of the past are no longer regarded chiefly as a means of calling forth heroic deeds, instead their function is to secure the spectator's acquiescence in, and identification with, the nationalist ideologies staged by the play.