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adjective as in designed

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Even as he participates in several WHO working groups on Covid-19, he’s trying to get the international body and other players to rethink their model.

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Many museums are going to have to reimagine their business model.

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In New York City, which was hit so hard in the spring, her model predicts that roughly 60 percent of the population may need immunity to contain the pandemic.

In addition, two other important models have emerged, one associated with University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the other with Johns Hopkins University.

This research project delivered a heart model to explore novel digital therapies.

We built the tour budget ourselves and modeled projected revenue against expenses.

Kate Moss partnered with London restaurant 34 to make a Champagne coupe modeled on her left breast.

I read once that you actually modeled the character on your father.

She has modeled for Vivienne Westwood and Jean Paul Gaultier, and was married to Marilyn Manson.

And I heard Bradley Cooper modeled his Rocket accent off Joe Pesci in Goodfellas?

Its working is in beautiful harmony with that of the newly modeled corn-laws, as we shall presently explain.

It was a big, late-modeled touring car, of the kind that sells for nearly five thousand dollars.

This is a real ranch; small, as compared to others, but modeled as a farm in the East, for Gillis is a real farmer.

The brows are straight, the nose finely modeled, the lips rather full, the expression benignant.

Captain Putnam was a West Point graduate, and had modeled his school somewhat after that famous government institution.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to modeled, such as: shaped, cast, and formed.

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