closely resemble

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The argument mainly relied on by those who believe in the multiple origin of our domestic animals is, that we find in the most ancient records, more especially on the monuments of Egypt, much diversity in the breeds; and that some of the breeds closely resemble, perhaps are identical with, those still existing.
My first idea, now, was mere surprise at the really remarkable similarity of outline - at the singular coincidence involved in the fact, that unknown to me, there should have been a skull upon the other side of the parchment, immediately beneath my figure of the scarabæus, and that this skull, not only in outline, but in size, should so closely resemble my drawing.
This dugong, which also bears the name of the halicore, closely resembles the manatee; its oblong body terminated in a lengthened tail, and its lateral fins in perfect fingers.
Barton closely resembles ex-President Eliot, of Harvard.
The two closely resemble their characters for the film adaptation which is why they've managed to snag a few shipping hearts.
Falwell's newspaper reported, "Over the course of the next year, the evangelical leaders will be meeting with several prospective candidates, hoping to find the man or woman whose principles and views most closely resemble their own"
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.
At the same time, Herz is trying to migrate America's GAAP to more closely resemble international standards set by the London-based International Accounting Standards Board.
You could replaceanormal bulb with a full-spectrum bulb designed to more closely resemble sunlight.
In addition to removing roads and fixing culverts, SPU will end commercial timber harvesting, although it will still thin some of the 70,000-plus acres of second-growth forests to make them more closely resemble old-growth stands.
6 pounds, the projector includes multiple Color-Preset modes: Standard which produces images that closely resemble the original input source; Presentation, which increases the contrast between bright and dark areas to make it easier to see detailed diagrams and text; sRGB, which is the color space used in most digital cameras; and cinema, which is most suitable for the projection of moving images.
Tracks like the mournful, screeching-guitar--filled "I Luv the Valley" find Stewart channeling Joy Division's Ian Curtis, while others like the blippy "Clowne Towne more closely resemble the melodic synth-pop of Stephin Merritt.