“After a while, algorithms could mine those portraits for patterns for so-called look-alike models: What traits predicted whether someone was a likely donor to an environmental cause?”
“Devon Scott, 14, could have been expelled for at least one year if district officials had adhered to a strict interpretation of the state's zero-tolerance weapons policy and the federal Gun-Free Schools Act, which, in theory, apply even to look-alike weapons.”
“Don't see how a Nerf gun could be considered a look-alike weapon.”
“The United States needs a heavy lift booster and a new effort to reach beyond LEO more than we need another Great Society look-alike program.”
“Mr. Cook has a better chance of winning a Raul Malo look-alike contest than ever being a leader.”
“No previews available, but we're promised a randy club promoter, a Jordan look-alike and a popstrel who wants to be the next Cheryl Cole.”
“That's the top prize at DC101's annual costume contest, where in recent years winners have included a perfectly coiffed McLovin look-alike and an elaborate (and homemade) Optimus Prime outfit with glowing headlights and taillights.”
“But we can be certain of several things, which is that she has a very strong chin, hooked nose very much like her father's, sunken eyes - no great beauty, by no means an Elizabeth Taylor look-alike.”
“One section of the city, spread over several square blocks, is known as "Christmas Village," stacked with some 260 look-alike shops offering all the accoutrements of modern-day American Christmas - the plastic snowmen and reindeer for the front lawn, stockings for the chimneys and brightly painted ornaments for the trees.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘look-alike’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Looking for tweets for look-alike.