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But, wisely, he is not likening himself to the great Pontypridd-born entertainer for his vocal prowess and stage presence.
Many are likening this case to the 17th-century witch trials of Salem, Mass.
Likening the taxpayer's situation to Magruder, the Service found that producing and delivering the editorial pages to prepaid subscribers was a cost of acquiring the property, as the seller was transferring its liability to subscribers to the purchaser.
Justice Stephen Breyer, likening the Internet in part to a party-line telephone, asked Waxman if a similar law might bar teen-agers from discussing sexual experiences, ``real or imagined'' with one another on such a line.
When Pendleton made his notorious remark likening affirmative action to a "plantation," he was, swoons Detlefsen, "acting on his belief that as a prerequisite to persuading ordinary blacks to abandon the politics of racial preference, he would first need to discredit the icons in whom that idea was embodied.
Likening the central bank to a giraffe, Mozhaiskov quoted a poem well-known in Russia: "The giraffe is tall, and he sees all.