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im pur suh nayt

  • v  assume or act the character of
    She impersonates Madonna
  • v  represent another person with comic intentions
  • v  pretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions

  • The third-generation grandson of Turkish-Syrian immigrants, Yanar says his caricatures are based on the pals he used to impersonate growing up in Frankfurt's multiethnic Konstabler .
  • Kim confirmed the prevailing theory that the abductees were used to teach Korean spies how to impersonate Japanese citizens.
  • I also hang out online a lot, and now and then on the Net someone will impersonate me, spoofing my E-mail address or posting stupid stuff to bulletin boards or behaving in a .
News & Articles

  • Daddy's Little Girl
    BOB Geldof's teen daughter Peaches, a fixture in the British gossip columns, tried to impersonate dad by being a rock star last week, but her mini-set at a London club didn't go down a treat with her fans.
    June 27, 2013 - Irish Central

  • Leon Washington in Sports Network
    I get very perturbed when there's anything that is done that suggests with respect to enforcement of the law we are anything but evenhanded. The idea you can come and impersonate someone of another ethnic group, that is completely... Michael Chertoff International Herald Tribune Nov 5, 2007 50013 67730 impersonate Hopefully I can impersonate Justin Miller," Washington said. "Before I even touched the ball, I have a lot of confidence in (special teams coach) Mike Westhoff and the schemes he puts together. I know once I get the ball I have a chance....
  • Brian May in GazetteLive
    Paying tribute to Rodgers abilities, Brian May said: "I was always against the idea of putting someone in there trying to impersonate Freddie in any way." "Then suddenly I'm looking at this guy who doesn't in any sense try to take the place...

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