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Imitater Im"i*ta"ter, n. [L.]
One who imitates.
LimitateLimitate Lim"i*tate (-[i^]*t[asl]t), a. [L. limitatus, p. p.
of limitare to limit. See Limit, v. t. ]
Bounded by a distinct line.
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mirroring. In anthropology, some theories
hold that all cultures imitate ideas
from one of a few original cultures
or several cultures whose
- Imitate Modern
is a London-based contemporary photography
and art gallery
work by emerging
artists. Imitate Modern
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in his 1889 essay
that, "Life imitates
Art far more than Art imitates
Life". In the essay, written
as a Platonic
English) is the process
a word that phonetically imitates
, resembles, or suggests
that it describes. Such a word itself...
(c. 1971 – July 25, 1985) was a harbor
seal who was able to imitate basic human
speech. On May 5, 1971, Scottie Dunning discovered
a tiny male...
the dog is a British touring theatre company founded
in 1998. Its artistic directors
Quick, Pete Brooks
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- from the harmonium, pipe organ
organ. Originally designed
to imitate their
sound, or orchestral
sounds, it has since developed
imitans, the imitating
aslauga, is a butterfly
in the family
Lycaenidae. It is found
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