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Resemble

Be a likeness of another structure.
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figure By NICHOLAS KOMU Can the police arrest and prosecute you for wearing clothes that resemble military or police uniforms?
The 'fish' in my paintings symbolize finances while the 'sea' resembles the unknown paths that people take in search for materialistic objects.
The line on the page resembles the line between island and sea resembles the line of the horizon.
22 ( ANI ): Images reportedly leaked on the internet have revealed an interface that resembles both Windows and Google Now.
While some look as if they've wandered off the set of Tim Burton's latest movie, another looks like a cross between Niles Crane and Matt Smith's Doctor Who, one resembles a mad scientist, and another resembles a 21st-century take on Steed from The Avengers.
The U.S.-based JC Penney's department store recently came under fire for selling a teapot which some claimed resembles Adolf Hitler, but which nevertheless sold out quickly.
"I am thrilled by the good news of Rachel's safe delivery and health of the handsome colt who resembles her," said Barbara Banke, whose late husband Jess Jackson campaigned both Rachel Alexandra and Curlin.
Parliamentarian from Ata Meken party Omurbek Tekebaev today commented on the so-called porno scandal, which took place 2 years ago.Parliamentarian from Ar Namys party Anvar Artykov asked Tekebaev how this scandal correlates with the moral portrait of the head of the parliament.Tekebaev replied the figure in the given video of porno scandal resembles Artykov himself.
These five years, instead of European, Macedonia passed laws that resemble laws from Africa and the political dialogue resembles a dialogue of deaf people.
Summary: A New Zealand man has blown his savings on a strangely-shaped fruit that resembles a Kiwi bird.
The Dikika girl's hyoid resembles hyoids of living nonhuman apes, suggesting that she possessed air sacs in her neck as apes do, says coauthor Fred Spoor of University College London.
If the property more closely resembles a capital asset, it is capital; if it more closely resembles ordinary income property, it is ordinary income.