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21 Nature, researchers at Texas A&M University in College Station announced that they had cloned a cat, producing a seemingly healthy kitten they named Cc for Carbon copy.
Darley took his tally for the season to 123 with an 18-1 plus brace on Sebring and Carbon Copy while Fallon drew a blank from four rides .
And director Christopher Ashley (best known for both staging and filming Paul Rudnick's Jeffrey) has done his damnedest to create a fresh production that's not a carbon copy of the movie.
She embodies the role of Marguerite with genteel and passionate emotion, making it her own and not a carbon copy of its originator's.
A yellow carbon copy of the order form is included.
That "what" is a virtual carbon copy of Godfrey's analysis: more attention to business ethics, new emphasis on relationship development, and a sense of caring and artistry.
Employing the Italian - currently in charge of o the Russia national tet am - would be a carbon copy of GuG us Hiddink's appointment of 2020 2009.
Then a dreadful mix up saw Stevenson, the Santos sweeper, drive his clearance against Ronan Lavery who raced away and with a carbon copy chip over Flood put Iveagh in a lead they wouldn't relinquish.
DEREK SOUTAR feared Shunsuke Nakamura would wreck Aberdeen's cup dream with a carbon copy of his Manchester United wonder strike.
FOUR people were saved by Abersoch inshore lifeboat in carbon copy rescues yesterday .
Constitution goodbye, tear up the Declaration of Independence, and see America converted into a carbon copy of the many previous despotic regimes across the world.