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He admired NBA guards Stephen Curry and Damian Lillard, trying to emulate their range, confidence and ability to create shots, although he spent most of his freshman season playing off the ball and relying on teammates to create chances for him.
The way this city breeds and nurtures talent is something I intentionally try to emulate in every space I’m welcomed in outside of the city.
Innovative brand marketers have the opportunity to emulate what Hasbro did in 1952.
Those localized vibrations help emulate the feel of performing real tasks while you’re in VR.
The fact that research institutes throughout the world now emulate this model is a tribute to the founders’ vision.
WinRed, created to emulate a successful Democratic tool called ActBlue, didn’t exist before 2019.
“No,” is Plummer’s character’s reply, said with a wry smile that fathers everywhere have tried to emulate.
We shall, I know, emulate their steadfastness and achieve a result which will confer added laurels to French and British arms.
She had no wish to emulate, but neither did she relish feeling provincial, a chit, an outsider.
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For, in the first place, who would wish to emulate extraordinary catastrophes?

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