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imitator

i muh tay ter

  • n  someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another
  • n  someone who copies the words or behavior of another

  • Monkeys looked longer at the imitator than they did at the other experimenter, and they chose to stand in front of the imitator more often.
  • The ban on designer drugs such as stimulant BZP, narcotic alternative gamma-butyrolactone (GBL) and cannabis imitator Spice is being described as a precautionary measure, with the .
  • In following these remarkable individuals, we have told the story of Asia's transformation from poverty to powerhouse, from imitator to imitated, from being colonized to leading .
News & Articles

  • Comments
    How is it a competition when not so much as a single note is played? Maybe 'cause I'm a musician I would judge how accurate the playing looks and not how high the wigged, blue sequined suited imitator jumps.
    June 12, 2013 - San Diego Reader
Quotes

  • Torii Hunter in Huffington Post (blog)
    Hunter said that he and his fellow African American players "have a theory that baseball can go get an imitator and pass them off as us. It's like they had to get some kind of dark faces, so they go to the Dominican or Venezuela because you can get...
  • Carol Burnett in Tbo.com
    No one can top Betty,she told the New York Times. "Why even try to be an imitator."
  • Jeffrey Goldberg in San Francisco Chronicle
    The next president ...... must prevent Al Qaeda, or a Qaeda imitator, from gaining control of a nuclear device and detonating it in America,Jeffrey Goldberg wrote in a recent op-ed piece in the New York Times. "Everything else - Fannie...

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