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“This really is turning into the mirror-image of the Lieberman-Lamont contest.”
“It really is the mirror-image of Marxism in that respect.”
“And continues in that breezy style throughout: (P. 26) Who could object to getting help with carrying out a mirror-image of their own policy?”
“I would personally say the most likely outcome is something along the lines of a mirror-image of 1982.”
“Greenaway & Greenaway's "Roundhouse°" plays on the fact that the building is itself circular, to give the spectator a mirror-image of the Victorian structure, encouraging you to notice the fine architectural detail.”
““Grand Torino” gives the mirror-image results of Tyler Perry movies: it is a movie consumed in zip codes that skew wealthy, white, and middle aged. roac Says:”
“So-called inverse ETFs, which also can be leveraged, are like mirror-image indexes, gaining if the index falls and falling if the index gains.”
“The hellish mirror-image of this is when she furnishes me, deaf to my pleading, with her commentary.”
“B&W knew the IP in its manufacturing process was worth protecting, so it built its own facility in China—a mirror-image of its existing U.K. factory—rather than sub-contract to a Chinese partner.”
“The ghostly image came to life, stretching upward in a mirror-image of the gravity well.”
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