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Resemble

Be a likeness of another structure.
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[USA], Feb 13 (ANI):EeAmerican singerEeA[degrees]-songwriter Katy Perry has apologised for the shoe designs from her label resembling blackface.
According to the police sources, the boys Sameer s/o Mohammad Jahangeer and Asad s/o Mohammad Hassan ate a toxic herb which was resembling a local wild fruit and could not survive.
Wolfberries, resembling bright red raisins when dried, have been used to lower blood pressure; strengthen the eyes, liver, and kidneys; and balance the immune system.
The harm mediated by this "host defense" was relatively small in this particular case, resembling the discomfort of allergies, in which immune responses to benign agents cause limited damage.
The unique licence plate resembling the teenage wizard's surname is on sale at the DVLA's Classic Collection Auction at Ragley Hall stately home, near Alcester, Warwickshire.
Some animals camouflage themselves by disguise (resembling natural surroundings).
Resembling a Gen-X Fashion Hex in this Carrie-meets-Baby Jane Prom Queen Scream, tiara-topped, satin-stuffed Love takes a petrifying wardrobe plunge.
Firemen have recovered potentially deadly explosives resembling cigarettes which were stolen in a burglary.
Ferrari reveals Benedetti's assumptions and methodology by a detailed investigation of his readings for one book of the Natural History (book 11) and by a lively account of his strenuous endeavors to defend Pliny's Veronese origin by the use - or misuse - of epigraphic evidence and assertions that Pliny's Latin included terms resembling words in Veronese dialect.
The star topology dictates that each PC is connected to the server via its own dedicated line, resembling a five- (or more) pointed star.
Uniquely, the corridor changes complexion every ten blocks or so and, more and more, is resembling Europe.