Mimic


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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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The mimic royalty on the stage, with their soaked satins clinging to their bodies, slopped about ankle-deep in water, warbling their sweetest and best, the fiddlers under the eaves of the state sawed away for dear life, with the cold overflow spouting down the backs of their necks, and the dry and happy King sat in his lofty box and wore his gloves to ribbons applauding.
Long, hairy arms reached out to seize him, and, as they had done a thousand times before, the two clinched in mimic battle, rolling upon the sward, striking, growling and biting, though never closing their teeth in more than a rough pinch.
And a third proclaimed: "So fuming The Mimic Men aren't through, they were one of my faves #BRITAINSGOTTALent.
The first series of The Mimic starred Terry as maintenance man Martin Hurdle who's got an uncanny ability to mimic voices.
This time around, Martin is struggling having ditched his job to become a professional mimic, however the job offers aren't exactly rolling in.
Neoplastic mimics in thoracic and cardiovascular pathology.
MIMIC Virtual Lab Cloud is an on-line lab accessible over the Internet.
We've shown that when people mimic others who belong to a different race than their own they tend to be less prejudiced toward that race," said Michael Inzlicht, professor in the department of psychology at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).
Mimic books is an apt name for a company whose digital books mimic the real thing and replicate the experience of reading a real book.
The new MiMiC Server release provides multi-user support to a single MiMiC application based upon Microsoft's Server 2003 Remote Terminal Services.
Muscle tremors may appear as rapid variations in the baseline that may be either coarse or fine and mimic atrial flutter or a runaway pacemaker.
Endocrine disruptors mimic the natural sex hormone 17[beta]-estradiol ([E.