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Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) [India], Nov 22 ( ANI ): In a first of its kind in India, a robotic training centre in Tamil Naidu's Coimbatore has made a robot, which can imitate 25 human expressions.
In the end, industry officials tend to laugh over such cultural phenomena Daesung of Big Bang once said of OK Bang, 'Since it's somewhat difficult to judge ourselves objectively, we are happy to see them imitate us.' .
A seven-year-old girl died in Kolkata after she tried to imitate a suicide scene from a TV serial.
Swinging a shrimp fly under a bridge or in front of a dock light at night is a great way to imitate this behavior, and if there is enough current, you need only to cast out across the current, take a couple strips to straighten out the line, and then hang on.
"Senior administration officials said that the President has been known to affect an Indian accent and imitate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who in an Oval Office meeting last year told him, 'Never has a country given so much away for so little in return' as the United States in Afghanistan," the report said.
The proposal comes to amend the existing text with, "A prison sentence for a period not exceeding one year or a fine not exceeding BD1000 shall be the penalty for any male or female who publicly imitate the opposite gender or publicly appear indecently in a way that contradicts with public morals and the traditions of the Kingdom."
Children flexibly choose when to imitate and when to innovate the behavior of others, demonstrating that they are precocious social learners.
I use the Blood color and Natural color to imitate bloodworms, switching to the Clear Gold or Clear Violet to imitate translucent worms.
Khalid Al-Babtain, a lawyer, said that the move by the Ministry of Justice "certainly protects the documents signed by the judges from being forged and protects judges and other people from the liabilities that may arise as a result of forgery." "It is all too easy to imitate signature stamps.
Appealing to children ages 4-9, "Noisy Frog Sing-Along" encourages children to imitate the different sounds made by frogs, from "peep-peep-peep" of the peepers to "jug-o-rum, jug-o-rum" of the bullfrogs.
Summary: An elephant in South Korea has started to imitate his zookeeper's speech.
An increasingly popular trend is the paleo diet, which seeks to imitate the 'caveman' raw food diet of the Paleolithic era.