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Screenshots of Chinese imitating crew members of carrier
political figure and such program had a clip on imitating a personality.
and my heart for imitating Jesus" tells the story of a man who has made quite the name for himself impersonating our commander-in-chief.
Some of the younger dancers try to act like a gay guy imitating a girl," says Dobrin.
By day 14, none of the monkeys was imitating the experimenters.
Our end of year projects were peppered with striated stone drums, fat pink balustrades and serpentine glazing, the follies of impressionable youth imitating without really understanding.
Now teenager Jacqueline, of Mid Calder, West Lothian, hopes to make a career from imitating her.
Barakova's goal is to find a way to model behaviors she observes in her children, who learn by observing and then imitating.
The images will be interspersed by a blank screen, to determine whether babies need space to process the images they have seen before imitating them.
How deliciously Pinteresque: it's life imitating art imitating life.
Following an introduction, which examines classical and Renaissance theories of imitation, chapter 1, on A Midsummer Night's Dream, considers how Pyramus and Thisbe imitates various elements of the larger play while simultaneously imitating a tale in Ovid's Metamorphoses as well as the "piteous overthrows" of the protagonists in Romeo and Juliet.