Resemble


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Resemble

Be a likeness of another structure.
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The company offers standard procedures like breast augmentation and facial surgeries for eyes and nose, but the appeal lies in patients wanting to resemble celebrities and stars from the U.
To determine which states most closely resemble the sociodemographic anatomy of the United States, analysts with the personal finance website Wallet Hub compared statistics from each of the states with the entire U.
22 ( ANI ): Images reportedly leaked on the internet have revealed an interface that resembles both Windows and Google Now.
Rachel Alexandra and her foal, reported to resemble her
The fruit in question is not a kiwi but a feijoa that happens to resemble the flightless bird that is the national symbol of New Zealand.
What is not discussed, however, is precisely how this essentially private enterprise will even remotely resemble a public space, or how permeable the site will be once the large auditorium lands in the middle.
That raised alarms because the compounds, as complex halogenated chemicals, structurally resemble the pesticide DDT and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which were once used in flame retardants.
If the property does not closely resemble either extreme, then the court should determine whether the transaction created a horizontal or a vertical carve-out.
Schools have been adding retail establishments such as Starbucks and food-court staples like Chick-fil-A for years, but this new movement is transforming all dining halls, including those operated by the university or an outsourced company, into establishments that resemble off-campus eateries.
These sometimes appear indecently keen to resemble emotional excavations, their superficial carelessness and imprecision too composed, too tactical.
From an aerial view, the 60 islands that comprise the BVI territory resemble a trove of fine emerald gems set upon a sea of sapphire silk.