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  • n. Plural form of copycat.

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Examples

  • Also, Tony, they say they're really -- it's unfortunate for them in this case that the letter was released publicly, because since it has been put out, they have been inundated with calls and e-mails from others, what they call copycats, and even "wackos" out there, pretty much just making some kind of claim about the crime as well.

    CNN Transcript Jul 1, 2008

  • More copycats from the LA incident are to be expected in a three-day, one-week, and one-month anniversary cycle.

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  • When Rosenfeld took over in 2006, the world's second-largest food company after NestlĂ© was content just to maintain market share against rival cream cheese brands and private-label copycats.

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  • But there's an easy way to stay ahead of copycats, which is to change the formula slightly.

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  • BLITZER: Eric, I think what Lou is driving at, that if it were not related, it could be a nightmare situation involving so-called copycats, a copycat kind of killing.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2002

  • But through it all, McInnis might just take solace in the fact that some of the most powerful politicians on the planet have been called copycats -- and fared pretty well post-scandal.

    The Nation

  • "NATURE TOTS" PROGRAM, for 3 - and 4-year-olds, explore nature's "copycats" through pictures, games and crafts. 10: 30-11: 30 a.m. and 1-2 p.m.,

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  • At any rate, would you like me to link to your informative post about 'copycats' Homer?

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  • Among changes he would like to see are fewer "copycats" of popular drugs and limits on direct-to-consumer advertising, both topics that have drawn attention from lawmakers.

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  • The opportunity might be in local "copycats", like Kelkoo in Europe.

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