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Soon we could have the opportunity of electing a government led by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell, who seek to emulate all that Robert Mugabe achieved, transforming Britain into Europe's Zimbabwe, and former Labour Party leaders Neil Kinnock, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband are too cowardly and/or too frightened to oppose them!
Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana also said the best way to honor the legacies of the country's heroes is to perpetuate and emulate their deeds.
We should instead emulate some of the developing countries such as our neighbour Thailand which is known for their clean toilets including in rural areas,' he said in a statement today in response to the dirty toilets issue raised by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday.
He added: "We could decide to have no salary threshold, we could decide not to have an immigration skills charge, we could decide if we wanted to emulate freedom of movement from the European Economic Area."
This is hardly a model for an already deeply inequitable country like Pakistan to emulate.
'Christmas is a season that explains the depth of God's love for mankind and exemplary sacrifice that we should emulate in our relationship with our neighbours irrespective of status and creed.
"Ricky is someone I looked up to as a kid so to emulate what he did would be a dream come true."
Which is why you need an emulator to emulate the instruction interpreter.
Outgoing Attorney General Githu Muigai said the judge was a brilliant mind, further challenging everyone to emulate his life.
M2 PHARMA-February 23, 2018-Roche to Utilise Emulate Organ-Chips System for Drug Discovery
A TELEVISION ad featuring a woman chewing gum while playing football has been banned over concerns that children could emulate the "dangerous" practice.
He considers how and what nature builds, how nature repairs aging or damaged systems, and how scientists and engineers may emulate natures processes of assembly and repair.