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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of simulate.

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Examples

  • This game kind of simulates Roulette using a deck of cards.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Now, the astronauts have spent a significant amount of time training at the Johnston Space Center for this mission, working, as you can see there, donning the spacesuits, working in the swimming pool there which kind of simulates Zero-G gravity.

    CNN Transcript Dec 7, 2006

  • Munchkin is a stand-alone card game designed by Steve Jackson that "simulates" well, sorta 'a fantasy-themed RPG oh, ok, D n D in a simple, card-based game that's chock full o' silliness.

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  • "It was really important for us," Isenbarger said of that three-game swing, "because we talk about getting ready for the tournament, and that kind of simulates what the tournament's going to be like -- a tough stretch of games."

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  • Those are tested in a lab under artificial lighting that "simulates" high noon and the watt rating of the panel is assigned based on that test.

    Autoblog Green

  • His was the sensibility of a movie fan turned loose to make the sort of movies News from Home 'simulates' alienation rather than formalises its effects ...

    GreenCine Daily

  • "You may have read by now the official lie about this treatment, which is that it" simulates "the feeling of drowning.

    Think Progress

  • When the music and drums stop playing, there is no healing, only ritualistic role-playing that simulates and pretends to remove sickness.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • It simulates a "same day runoff," essentially, between the two strongest candidates, with the winner being the one who is ranked ahead of the other on more ballots.

    Rob Richie: Poll: Vote on the Oscars Like an Academy Member

  • For those new to instant runoff voting, the system simulates a series of "instant runoffs" as they likely would happen if everyone were asked to vote again immediately after the elimination of the last-place finisher before each round of voting.

    Rob Richie: Instant Runoff Voting at the Oscars: Choosing Best Picture of the Year

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