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He first tried to emulate Britain’s most popular musician before the Beatles, Lonnie Donegan, dubbed “the King of Skiffle.”
I really wanted the clothes to emulate professional style—think fitted pencil skirts and dresses.
Using a commercial quantum annealer called D-Wave, Abel and Spannowsky programmed a string of about 200 qubits to emulate a quantum field with a higher- and a lower-energy state, analogous to a false vacuum and a true vacuum.
The Rockets never had quite enough to reach the NBA’s promised land — especially once more and more teams began emulating their strategies.
JAMES HARDEN’S ROCKETS CHANGED THE NBA FOREVERNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 15, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
This wine is not grassy in the New Zealand-style that Chile often emulates.
Meanwhile, Helaina, a company based in New York, will emulate breast milk through fermentation.
Robinhood believes it can emulate what Schwab did two generations earlier, acquiring younger customers that the rest of the industry has ignored, then providing more lucrative financial services as those customers mature.
The climate is described by some emulator of Thomson to consist of "Tre mesi d'Inferno, nove d'inverno."
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Of the same kind are the emotions which the death of an emulator or competitor produces.
According to Goethe, the ancients are "the despair of the emulator."

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