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servile herd of imitators can never possibly arrive at.
She's a true Nickleby--a worthy imitator of her old uncle Ralph--she hangs back to be more sought after--so does he; nothing to be got out of Ralph unless you follow him up, and then the money comes doubly welcome, and the bargain doubly hard, for you're impatient and he isn't.
Poetry is discovered to be an imitation thrice removed from the truth, and Homer, as well as the dramatic poets, having been condemned as an imitator, is sent into banishment along with them.
Phaedrus, the great imitator of Aesop, plainly indicates this double purpose to be the true office of the writer of fables.
Now, a real German invariably prints in the Latin character, so that we may safely say that this was not written by one, but by a clumsy imitator who overdid his part.
Audiences - like his dad - familiar with a beloved character are always skeptical of imitators.
We invite fair competition, but hope this case sends a strong message to the industry that we will be vigilant in protecting our company's good name, and will not tolerate imitators of any kind who infringe on our copyrighted designs.
The reputation of RMD Dance president, Giorgio Costonis as both an artist/producer and businessman along with his respective colleague, KC Flightt, is beyond reproach and rock solid in an all too often fickle business made up of far too many perpetrators, imitators and pretenders.
The station's ID should be: ``Howard Stern all morning, Howard Stern imitators all day.
Against a pulsing backdrop of ``Like a Virgin,'' Madonna devotees and imitators held a Madonna Fest in the Detroit suburb of Troy on Sunday.
It has introduced more people to game playing than any other title and has spawned hosts of imitators and admirers," said Jeffrey Anderson, president and CEO, Turbine Entertainment.
Murray's style was that of one-liners mixed with hyperbole; he spawned a generation of imitators.