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noun as in person, thing that poses

noun as in type, version

verb as in form, shape

verb as in display, pose

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If you’re buying a winch new, order a model that already comes with a synthetic rope.

Gateway is also making two models of Android tablet—an 8" GWAT8-1 which doesn't appear to be available retail yet, and a 10" model available at Walmart for $67.

The NASA smoke model not painting a pretty picture for the next 5 days in the Pacific NW.

In response, it tweaked its models to better respond to the paradigm shift.

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Huang said Nvidia valued Arm’s independence and business model.

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Some gay apps, like the newer Mister, have not subscribed to the community/tribe model.

If the Israel model ban were directed towards disordered eating, Ravin says she would support it whole-heartedly.

Like drawing tattoos, sewing earmuffs, or fashioning model airplanes from old chip bags?

The escort site Cowboys4Angels peddles chiseled, hot-bodied men and their smoldering model looks to women willing to pay.

They love them as props or for decorating a white model in black face!

She was also supposed to be the original or model of “the Virtuous Woman” therein portrayed!

She is a model of the Brisk—the little Brisk that was sore exposed that day at Navarino.

The duke was agricultural above all things; he had a model estate bristling with scientific improvement.

In all the events belonging to this century, we have only to deal with the last two figures— Model Queen gives the date of 37.

This is very probable, and may account also for the elevated model which was adopted both by Andrew and some others of the Amati.

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On this page you'll find 278 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to model, such as: exemplary, miniature, classic, classical, copy, and dummy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.